Crazy Time

Last Update: March 11, 2018

Seems we never have enough of it . Now we have less of it but more of the day. Go figure! Remember to set your clocks ahead 1 hr.

Also remember by real time you now have an hour later to post your blog submissions. 1700 PDT victoria BC canada/2000 EDT Wash DC USA. Apply the same differential globally!

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Fleeky Premium
One day, i took of my watch... trying to follow natural rhytms of time, sun and moon... feels much better...

I also skipped half of my planning, leaving open 50% . And it fills in naturally... all in balance, no stress. Some anchor points, must do and the rest comes as it comes

Time is a big illusion... what is time in your opinion?
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MKearns Premium
Doing the happy dance with those penguin feet Fleek!
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Fleeky Premium
Dancing wIth you...
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ContentBySue Premium
On days I have to work, I'm not happy with getting up when it's still dark outside, but I sure do like the extra daylight at the end of the day.

All the best, my friend, no matter what time it is :)

Sue
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MKearns Premium
Same for you Sue. Some friendships go beyond time! :!))
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ContentBySue Premium
Absolutely true, Mike.
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LouisaB Premium
As long as the clock ticks, you're aging every minute!
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DrTad Premium
Set your clock to automatic mode Mike and your worries are over. You won't even know when the hour goes back or forward.
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MKearns Premium
New algorithm!! Sideways Metrics!
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accad Premium
Those watches make me crazy. I know how to fix or repair a wall clock and wrist watches.
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MKearns Premium
Love your new persona Jimmy!
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accad Premium
Thank you, Mike.
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accad Premium
Thank you, Mike.
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QAVAVO Premium
Do we age 1 hour more or less when we change the time?
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Melissa901 Premium
Good thinking question
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MKearns Premium
Real vs subjective time!
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Melissa901 Premium
So very true indeed
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haroda Premium
never thought about this. Very interesting question to ponder...
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Marsh71 Premium
Enjoy your upcoming Summer! :-)
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AlexEvans Premium
That extra daylight, a chance to get more done.
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WaynePro Premium
Thanks, Mike. Living and working here in Hong Kong I am glad that the US clocks are again pushed forward one hour. That means my evening calls with the states are now one hour earlier for me.

Thanks

Wayne
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JillAlexaVA Premium
Hi Michael. Will think of you with all that extra time on you hands when I am running out. .
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MKearns Premium
Thanks Jill!
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elores Premium
I Had to set my clock one hour ahead so right now I am feeling lke I have to take a nap. Thank you.
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viyee Premium
Hi Mike.
Just thought about time. Here in the UK our clocks change on the 25th March, (just to be different.)
I was wondering if, with all the different time differentials, would it not be easier if we all used GMT?
I think it is us who are crazy, not the time.
But then Europe is reputedly running 6 minutes short because of a lack of electricity. Now that is crazy and has to be the stupidest fake news going.
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MKearns Premium
Hi Peony. I miss you and the original hummingbird my friend!
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elizabeth77 Premium
Not looking forward to the after affects this week, but glad there will now be more daylight time and spring/summer is around the corner
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MKearns Premium
Same thing here Elizabeth. Winter has lasted forever. Spring and summer will be totally welcome!
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bigrog44 Premium
I hope you set your clocks.
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heljam404A Premium
I forgot to spring forward, thanks Mike!
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McWord Premium
I sure look forward to getting that lost of hour of sleep back! ;-)

Thanks for sharing, Mike!

mitch
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Melissa901 Premium
The time change threw me for a loop this morning when I first woke up.
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lizlipz Premium
I've forgotten what time is. I never seem to have any. Dave
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