Daylight Saving Time is tonight. Well, technically tomorrow, as in early Sunday morning at 2 a.m. But it's always a good idea to change your clocks tonight before you go to bed. Since smartphone's do it on their own, you don't have to worry about that. But a lot of other clocks you have are not 'smart' so you need to do it.

It's also a good time to do other things such as changing your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector batteries. It's recommended you do this once a year and Daylight Saving Time is a good way to be reminded. Here are some other tips to keep you and your family safe.

It's also a good time to restock your emergency kit. Check for expired items and replace them. If you don't have one (and you should), Ready.gov has a list of items you should have as well as some other good information.

Back to changing clocks. I've blogged before about how ridiculous this is. It's not good for our bodies and accidents increase after the change.

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