For most of us, “changing our clocks,” will happen automatically, but if you happen to have any clocks that require manual setting and adjusting, then you’ll need to turn them back one hour – either at 2am on Sunday, November 3rd, or — as most do — before going to bed on Saturday night.
Remember to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon dioxide detectors every 6 months. To make it easier to remember, Fire Departments and Insurance Professionals suggest that you change these batteries when you change your clocks at the beginning and end of Daylight Saving Time!
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Now, get ready to change your clocks, fluff your pillows, and enjoy that “extra” hour!