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5 Tips To Help You Adjust To Daylight Savings.

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, 2:00 A.M to be exact.  Which means we lose an hour of sleep Saturday night.  Here are five tips to help you deal with the transition.

1.  Cut out caffeine.  Make sure you don’t have any caffeine at least six hours before bed.  It’s a good rule of thumb in general, but especially important this weekend.




2.  No alcohol either.  Even just one drink can disturb your sleep.  So skip the alcohol tomorrow night if you can.



3.  Eat light.  Don’t eat anything for at least two or three hours before you plan to go to bed.  Otherwise it can interfere with the quality of your sleep.




4.  Make your bed a place you want to sleep in.  Meaning, fresh clean sheets . . . and no phones or iPads.




5.  Go to bed earlier.  To minimize the impact of the time change, make a few gradual adjustments rather than one big one.




Go to bed 15 to 30 minutes earlier than usual TONIGHT, and again tomorrow.  You should be fully adjusted by Monday.


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Your afternoon host AJ has been in Seattle for over 5 years and SO much has happened in his life since moving here. He and his wife of 7 years Nicole, had their first baby (Max...he is now 2) and they bought their first home here. When AJ isn't on the air, at a sporting event supporting one of our local teams (ESPECIALLY the Sounders and Seahawks) or hosting an event for one of the organizations that he works with including Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, March For Babies, Susan G Komen and Washington Trails Association, he is more than likely climbing a mountain! "I love everything this place has to offer, from world-class entertainment, to the incredible food to all of its natural beauty with so many amazing mountains and trails at our doorstep! I LOVE the Pacific Northwest and am proud to call it home and do what I love to do with an incredible group of people."