Doesn't make sense to me.. maybe 100 yrs ago it did...
I agree with that as well ....... if an hour time change messes you up that much, you have serious issues. I believe that people just grab on to anything they can to make an excuse for their screw-ups.After 20 years in a career with continually variable schedules, including over night work or starting in the wee hours of the morning, plus the sleep deprivation experiment of having kids, I am also skeptical of the doom-and-gloom "statistics" regarding the damage caused by the time change. It's only an hour... and it happens on the weekend.
serious issues getting proper sleep, yes!! i'd be happy if it just disappeared :canadianyou have serious issues.
most days at work the heaviest burden i carry is having to choose between a phillips and a robertson screw-driver.. i only take a week off work most yearsThese folks end up retiring and booking off the last 8 to 14 months of work before the actual retirement check starts showing up.
I’ve wrenched on fixed wing, pulled lumber on a green chain, worked the file room, drove bus and truck, worked as a ramp rat, worked technical and pulping at a pulp mill, humped furniture, worked in kitchens, unloaded fish and wrenched on rotary wing before joining the Mounties a decade ago. When first married I did a lot of different things to support a young family, most of them I really enjoyed ..... nowadays my lifestyle is a lot different. I understand the reinventing thing.*I have done a number of different things in my life re-inventing myself as I went. And it has always come from my philosophy of being happy what I'm doing. If I'm not, I change it. As long as someone is happy doing what they're doing. I say good for them.*