I can’t believe it’s that time of year again… already!!! Where does the time go?
Time. That’s the discussion for today. This week most of us in the U.S. will be turning our clocks back an hour, on Sunday evening at 2am to be exact. You know what that means, 1 extra hour to… hmmm… what will you do with that extra hour?
You could go to bed and wake up at your normal time feeling more rested for getting that extra hour of sleep. Perhaps you would choose something a little more exciting instead. Wouldn’t that be the perfect night to plan a Halloween party with friends? The time difference would enable you to stay out a little later and still get up at the same time. How about staying up late with your love or your kids and watching an extra movie (if you can stay awake through it.)
Just remember though, if you have to work on Sunday, be extra careful and set two alarms. You wouldn’t want to show up to work an hour early!! I’ve done that. That hour belongs to you!! Don’t lose it.
I’m guessing you have unique ideas as to what you would do with an extra hour. I’d love to hear it. I’m looking forward to your incredible suggestions in the comment section.
If you are excited about having this extra hour, and you would love to have MORE time in your life on a daily basis, check out the link below for some amazing suggestions on how you could save time! 20 Ideas That Give You More Time in Your Day.
Thank you as always for stopping by. Please leave a comment below, not only as to what you will do with that hour but as many options as you could think of to give our readers new ideas.
(Did your watch the VERY SHORT 46 second video above?) How did it make you feel?
Halloween is only days away. There are currently so many different types of frightful events going on close to us this time of year. We plan on visiting one of the scariest Haunted Theme Park’s in New England tonight, “Spookyworld – Nightmare New England.” This got me thinking, if we can condition our bodies to get used to something, build up physical endurance, learn new coping mechanisms based on our experiences, etc., would it be possible to be completely fearless when something jumps out at us unexpectedly. If we were surrounded by this on a consistent basis, could we become desensitized? I suppose it would take extreme personal awareness and a great deal of energy to not be startled.
So what is the psychology behind this type of fear? Why do we love it, even crave it? Perhaps it’s the adrenaline rush, that thrill we get after reacting to something so unexpected and the joy of watching our friends jump where they stand. Perhaps it’s different for each of us.
For those of you who follow my other blog, Where The Ghosts Live – The Haunted United States you may have already read that I recently visited an actual haunted house that is a hotbed for paranormal activity. I didn’t have any problems with fear there, and I had a few encounters with the supernatural. The problem is, that I am more afraid of the living than the dead. With that being said, tonight should have me shaking in my sneaks.
What is your relationship to fear? Do you like to be scared? Do you seek out attractions like this so you can get that adrenaline rush? Or does the thought of being frightened by someone in a mask or amazing makeup, or even a paranormal experience, make you want to run for the hills? I want to hear from you…