I don’t know about you, but it feels like it takes a long time to recover from the holiday season. This is especially true for Dallas on demand couriers, as the holidays are some of the busiest and most challenging times of the year. Large food distribution orders, last minute gift deliveries, and all that Black Friday merchandise has us barely coming up for air most days. With 24 hour operations on top of that, by the time the new year comes around, we’re smoked.
Then it hits you.
The dreaded beginning of Daylight Saving Time. This year on Sunday, March 10th, at 2 AM, all of us, including our Dallas on demand couriers who know the value of one hour, will “lose” an hour in our day.
Sure, we’ll get it back. In eight months. But, just when we thought we were recovered from the holiday season, for a few weeks, we’ll all feel that lost hour. Not to be dramatic, but, HOW WILL WE SURVIVE?
Good question. Here are a few simple ways to survive the beginning if Daylight Saving Time: