Asked at Carmel Beach

Street Talk: Counting the Hours:

Q: With Daylight Savings Time coming up, we lose an hour of our evening. What would you do if you could get it back?

Follow-up: Are you a morning person?

KEVIN O’CONNOR | Concierge | Pittsburgh

A: I’d relax by talking a walk at North Park Lake in Pittsburgh.

Staying Alive: Absolutely. I like being alive and enjoying life.

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ORJAN SODERSTROM | Engineer | Sweden

A: It depends on where I am. If I was here in Monterey, I would walk along the beaches. If I was home in Sweden, I would try to look out at the Baltic Sea from one of the 20,000 small islands.

Lazy Days: I’m more of an afternoon person.

PAT GARVEY | Businessman | Washington DC

A: I’d spend it cooking my meals for the day, or even for the week, instead of buying them like I usually do.

Morning Motivation: Yes. I’m more productive in the morning.

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