Daylight Saving Time: Healthy or Harmful?

Are you tired all the time?  Is daylight saving time change the culprit? Some argue that daylight saving time boosts health by encouraging active lifestyles while others suggest that our bodies never adjust to the added hour of light during the spring and messes up our natural sleep clock.

Along with the debate over whether it is helpful or harmful to our health is whether or not it saves energy costs or adds additional expenses.

Love it or hate it, it’s here again.  Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead this weekend.  Sunday, March 11, 2012, 2:00 am is the official time change.

Read the full National Geographic article…

Maybe it’s time to consider a change in your home situation.  Whether it’s buying your first home, looking into something smaller, or an investment property, I can help.  I specialize in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and Star real estate.


2 thoughts on “Daylight Saving Time: Healthy or Harmful?

  1. Nice post Debbie!

    I never have really liked the whole daylight savings time thing…seems like just one more confusion to add into our calendar. I understand the original need for it, but those days were over 30 years ago.

    Keep writing great posts and working your magic in the real estate! I’ve been thoroughly impressed with your knowledge of the market and your sterling work ethic!

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