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    Hate it but luckily in qld so we don't to deal with it. Love my bright early mornings. I lived in Sydney for a bit and hated those hot evenings and dark mornings. Not looking forward to moving down south in a few years and having that again

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    We still get bright early mornings with daylight savings.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Hate it but luckily in qld so we don't to deal with it. Love my bright early mornings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    We still get bright early mornings with daylight savings.
    I love it bright at 4-4.30am. The morning breeze and coolness is great. I can get in a morning walk, laundry out and stuff done before I start work at 6am.

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    Love it and wish we had it in QLD too.... Much better for family time after dinner and the kids get up so early in summer so it would make it half bearable.

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    I'm in camp hate because it messes with my children's sleep big time. They're just starting to get used to it and get into a decent routine again when it ends and messes everything up again! So I loathe it. My kids have always been bad sleepers though so I'm touchy about anything that interferes with sleep.

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    Oh wow - I have no idea what it is like at that time, I would never get up that early on purpose!! Haha!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I love it bright at 4-4.30am. The morning breeze and coolness is great. I can get in a morning walk, laundry out and stuff done before I start work at 6am.

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    I love it, kids spend ages outside playing in the early evenings.

    Ive never had an issue with it messing with the kids sleep but i have block out blinds on their windows so they are still in bed by 730

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    Love it.
    So far I've found it easy to adjust sleep times with the start and finish of daylight savings.

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    Love it! Yes it messes the kids up for a few weeks but I feel like I get so much more of a day to do things. I just feel more motivated with everything that daylight savings and the warmer weather brings 😀

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    Doesnt affect us as in QLD. Not sure if i wish we had it or not as never really ever had to experience it before. Kiddo stilk gets up early, will most likely go to bed a lil later with summer coming up but i dont mind.

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