Sunday, March 11, 2012


"Hmm... 25 or 6 to 4?"
Did you wind up late to wherever you had to be this morning?
If so, either traffic was extremely bad or else you forgot to set your clocks ahead one hour before you went to bed last night as Daylight Saving Time began.
About roughly one third of the world advanced their clocks in order to help conserve electricity via less night time usage while giving businesses and consumers more time to hopefully do the things they want while enjoying what seems to be extra sunlight/
The event is mostly associated with Spring and Summer, with the warmer weather creating more opportunities for outdoor activities.
And for those who might complain about losing an hour of sleep because of this, don't worry, you'll get it back this fall when Daylight Saving Time ends in October.

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