Daylight Saving Time Got You Down? Plan a Winter Vacation
Time to book a ticket somewhere sunny.
“Falling back” with Daylight Saving Time may be nice for anyone not eager to get out of bed and get to work, but there's a dark side.*
Psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal told CNN the best response is to find ways to get more light in your life—literally. Among his recommendations are taking a morning walk, investing in light boxes or additional lamps in your home, or planning a winter vacation to somewhere sunny.
Planning and anticipating a vacation is a mood booster, according to a previous study in 2010, and if your destination is sunny (and maybe even sandy), all the better.
Need vacation ideas? We've got tons.
Book one of these overwater bungalows for a decadent excursion, or book these out-of-the-way Caribbean hotels for a crowd-free getaway, head to one of the best Caribbean islands, or book an all-inclusive package at an adults-only resort and get some quiet and relaxation while you soak up some sun.