Thursday, November 01, 2007

What Will You Do With Your Extra Hour?

Dear Freinds,

What Will You Do With Your Extra Hour?

Remember last March when most of us turned our clocks forward for Daylight Saving Time and lost an hour?

Well, on November 4, Daylight Saving Time ends and we get that hour back. Sixty whole minutes – what a gift! What will you do with your extra hour? Here are some possibilities…

  • Go for a long walk with no errands and no destination.

  • Upload those digital photos you’ve been meaning to upload and let your family and friends know how to view them.

  • Get a head start on your holiday cards.

  • Read something strictly for pleasure – poetry, that novel you’ve been meaning to get to, a magazine from the middle of the stack, but no newspapers, and nothing work related.

  • Replace the batteries in your smoke detectors.

  • Sleep.

  • Host a Living Dangerously Potluck Meal. Invite one or two or several people over and suggest everyone make a recipe they’ve never made before, including the people who don’t like to cook. Especially the people who don’t like to cook.

  • Call a friend or family member you haven’t talked to for awhile and catch up on their news. Spend more of your hour listening than talking.

  • Of course, don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour!

What will you do with your extra hour? Please email me at

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Jeffrey Stanton
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