Have a good night, all !

  TopCat® 18:32 27 Mar 2009

How well do you sleep after a hard week at the office? 'Z' time is going to be an hour shorter this weekend, as BST takes over, so will worrying about that interfere with your slumbers?

Here's a few ways to really get a good sleep, but can you add further suggestions to the list that actually work for you?

Sweet dreams!! :o) TC. click here

  Stuartli 18:38 27 Mar 2009

Just stay in bed an hour longer...:-)

It will only be Sunday morning when all's said and done.

  Forum Editor 18:40 27 Mar 2009

we are having one of those family gathering days, when all and sundry come to visit. There'll be fifteen of us for lunch, so no extra hour in bed for me.

  TopCat® 18:45 27 Mar 2009

I don't like odd numbers so how about I even things up for you? :o) TC.

  TopCat® 18:47 27 Mar 2009

Forgot to say I'd give a hand with the washing up of course! TC.

  DrScott 18:57 27 Mar 2009

I'm on call this weekend.

What's the betting I turn up for work an hour early?

  DrScott 19:00 27 Mar 2009

an hour late...

  Kevscar1 20:12 27 Mar 2009

Well seeing as I havn't slept more than 5 hrs a night for about f weeks now and sometimes only 2 the change won't affect me at all.

  tullie 20:20 27 Mar 2009

Fantastic,im on night shift.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:03 27 Mar 2009

Having just arrived back from France I'm still on "European Time" so won't make any difference to me.

  Picklefactory 23:12 27 Mar 2009

Playing footy on Sunday, hope I don't forget and turn up at half time.............. again!

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