The Zoe Report

How To Get To Sleep An Hour Earlier This Weekend

Spring (and then summer!) is well on its way, which is obviously a positive thing—unless, of course, you hate sunshine and happiness. That said, in order to arrive at those lazy, rosé-soaked days, we must first endure the switch to Daylight Saving Time on March 12, which requires us to lose an hour of sleep over the weekend. If you’re anything like us, you don’t have an hour to spare, so we suggest you take action to ensure an earlier bedtime in order to properly adjust. Here, five ways to get yourself to sleep an hour earlier than the norm.

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