Top 10 ways to prepare yourself for Daylight Savings

February 11, 2021 — by Jonathan Si

Expert tips for making it to class on time.

10. Pull an all-nighter: You can’t sleep in if you never sleep.

9. Say you have internet problems: Why is the internet saying 7 a.m. is six hours after midnight?

8. Destroy all the digital clocks in your house: Then you have a foolproof excuse for missing class.

7. Don’t: Let’s be honest, who cares about “accidentally” sleeping in?

6. Google “How to fall asleep faster”: says the “military method” can put you to sleep in 10, 60 or 120 seconds. Actually, I’m not so sure I want to try that anymore.

5. Just be an early bird: The doom of the late owls is inevitable.

4. Remind everyone in your family to wake you up: The probability that at least one of you wakes up should hopefully be nonzero.

3. Set 10 alarms: I’ve tried nine. Believe me, it’s not enough.

2. Finish your work by 8 p.m.: I know that’s 8 hours earlier than usual, but I believe in you.

1. Go to sleep earlier: You won’t be able to play as many video games the night before, but at least you can start playing again sooner in the morning …

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