ADHD

ADHD and &#$^ This Daylight Savings Bulls&*%

SERIOUSLY.

One of the best things we can do for the betterment of our physical and mental health, is get plenty of sleep and on a regular schedule. It took me ONLY 39 years to achieve this goal and BAM – Daylight Savings Time!

Well thanks a lot, Daylight Savings Time, you’re an asshole! There I was, happy to be in bed by 10:30pm and rise again at 6:30am. Now I feel like I have a hangover (and trust me, it’s not) at 6:30am when my alarm goes off and then, drunk on misery, I fall back asleep and end up getting to work half an hour to an hour later than I’d like to. Spending the rest of the day slightly dazed, due to the lack of plentiful, restful slumber is also a major non-perk.

As if nature didn’t kick our asses enough in New England, this winter, now I have a totally invented human construct RUINING EVERYTHING.

I have nothing more substantial to say about this.

But I do have chocolate, and I’m going to eat it, RIGHT MEOW.

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4 thoughts on “ADHD and &#$^ This Daylight Savings Bulls&*%

  1. So true! I’m still trying to figure out why we still do Daylight Savings Time. It takes me a week for my body to adjust. It’s amazing how that 1hr (in the a.m. and p.m.!) can have such an effect on us.

  2. Our state voted down, once again, a requirement to decide on one time and stick to it. Personally, I don’t care which one they choose, just stop changing it. There is no reason behind it any more and most people really dislike it.

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