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Spring Forward with Confidence: Your Guide to Daylight Saving Time 2024 and a Landscaping Spring Cleaning Boost!


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It's that time again! On Sunday, March 10th, 2024, at 2:00 AM, most of the United States will spring forward, setting the clocks ahead by one hour as Daylight Saving Time (DST) begins. While some may relish the extra hour of daylight in the evening, the time change can disrupt sleep patterns and cause temporary confusion.


Preparing for the Time Change and a Spring Cleanup:

Here are some tips to help you and your family adjust smoothly to Daylight Saving Time:

  • Adjust your sleep schedule gradually: In the days leading up to the time change, start going to bed and waking up 15-30 minutes earlier each day. This will help your body adjust to the new schedule.

  • Embrace the sunshine: Spend time outdoors in the natural light in the morning and evening. This will help regulate your circadian rhythm, which influences your sleep-wake cycle.

  • Dim the lights at night: Avoid using electronic devices like phones and laptops in the hour before bed. The blue light emitted by these devices can interfere with sleep.

  • Maintain a consistent sleep routine: Go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, even on weekends. This will help your body stay on track.

  • Be patient: It can take a few days to fully adjust to the time change. Be patient with yourself and your family as you transition to the new schedule.


Spring Forward with a Yard Ready for the Season:


beautiful mulch bed with pretty flowers and plants

While the time change may disrupt your routine, springing forward with a fresh start for your yard can be an energizing experience. Here's where Kellerman's Landscaping Services in Chester County can help you take the load off and free up your valuable time to adjust to the time change and enjoy the extended daylight:

  • Spring cleanup services: Let our experienced professionals handle the yard work, freeing up your valuable time. We offer a variety of services in Chester County and surrounding areas, including:

  • Leaf and debris removal: We'll clear away winter debris, leaving your yard fresh and ready for spring.

  • Shrub and tree trimming: Our experts will shape and maintain your overgrown shrubs, enhancing your curb appeal.

  • Garden bed edging: We'll define your garden beds with clean edges, creating a polished look.

  • Mulch application: Applying fresh mulch will suppress weeds, retain moisture, and add a beautiful finishing touch to your landscaping.

Beyond the Time Change:

While the time change is a temporary disruption, it's also an opportunity to reassess your routine and prioritize your well-being. Here are some additional tips to help you enjoy the longer days:

  • Plan outdoor activities: Take advantage of the extra daylight to spend time outdoors in your newly cleaned yard, whether it's going for a walk, gardening, or playing sports.

  • Start a new hobby: Use the extra hour to learn a new skill, read a book, or spend time with loved ones.

  • Get enough sleep: Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep each night, regardless of the time change.

Remember:

  • While most of the United States observes DST, some states and territories do not. Be sure to check your local time zone regulations if you're unsure.

  • If you have any concerns about how the time change might affect you, it's always a good idea to talk to your doctor.

By following these tips and embracing the opportunities presented by the extra daylight, you can spring forward with confidence and make the most of the season, both inside and out. And when it comes to preparing your yard for spring, remember that Kellerman's Landscaping Services in Chester county is here to help!

Contact us today for a free quote and let us take care of your spring cleanup, so you can focus on enjoying the season!


We are currently taking on spring clean up requests in the following towns:

  • Exton

  • West Chester

  • Downingtown

  • Westtown

  • Paoli

  • West Goshen

  • Malvern

  • Thorndale

  • Eagle

  • Chester Springs

  • East Goshen

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