Daylight Savings - Sunday, March 8th

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This weekend it's time to Spring Forward!  

On Sunday March 8th, it's time to change the clocks one hour ahead. We may lose an hour but we're gaining more and more light as we continue to tilt closer to the sun.  I can already see the dog getting more walks, boat rides and outdoor movies!

This is an excellent opportunity to open communication with potential and past clients whle staying top of mind.  A friendly reminder with a attractive clock picture would be great.  Share it socially, include in your newsletter and more.  You can find a ton of free pics (some you need to credit) here.

Spring is just 3 short weeks away and we're already seeing the Cherry Blossoms pop up here in the Seattle area.  If you look out your window and see a snow-capped lawn, don't fret they're coming soon!

 

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OMG, it was a beautiful day with sunshine and mid 70s today.  It's here, it's here.

Mar 02, 2015 10:27 AM #1
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Brian England
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In Arizona, we don't observe daylight savings time, but it still screws me up, as the time has changed pretty much everywhere else, haha.

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