Daylight Savings time

What You Need To Know For Daylight Savings This Weekend
What You Need To Know For Daylight Savings This Weekend
On Saturday (November 2) at 2 AM the clocks will go back to 1 AM. Hawaii, most of Arizona and a few other U.S. territories don't follow Daylight Savings Times. Where did daylight savings come from? They say to conserve energy during for farmers, but it may have even originated earlier than that: Many consider Benjamin Franklin as the inventor of daylight saving time, though he only suggested that
Spring Forward!
Spring Forward!
It happens every spring so we should be prepared, but are you ever really able to prepare to lose sleep? Daylight Saving Time is this Sunday, March 12, which means much of the nation will be “springing forward” into an hour less of sleep and setting your clock back before you go to bed...
A Little More Spring! A Little Less Sleep!
A Little More Spring! A Little Less Sleep!
Its time to “change” the clocks again. Daylight Savings Time Begins tonight, no wait or is it tomorrow at 2 am. I know it gets confusing. The official day is Sunday, March 11 at 2 am but unless you’re a “purist” you don’t have to stay up until 2 to do it. Just set your clock one hour ahead before bed time and wake up one hour less refreshed. I guess losing an hour’s rest is the price we must pay f