Daylight saving time is upon us, it soon will be time to turn all your clocks back one hour. On November 6th, we will be given a little more time to focus on more useful tasks, and just imagine being able to sleep in an extra hour. Daylight saving time usually throws me off taking my body a little time to adjust. Does daylight saving time mess with the scheduled time you are used to? Does it take your body time to adapt to the change in time and have anybody ever wonder why we have daylight saving time? Share your views.
by Jill Spencer 2 years ago
What are your thoughts on the U.S. going to year-round daylight savings time?
by TheHoleStory 4 years ago
Did you remember to turn your clocks back for daylight saving time?
by OLYHOOCH 6 years ago
Dear CongressmenOnce again the specter of time change has come upon us.There may have been a need for this at one time; but, today, it's just annoying to millions of Americans.It would be far better for one time system to be employed year round, and I'm sure millions of Americans will agree with...
by Teresa Schultz 6 years ago
On which two dates in the US are clocks set to observe daylight saving hours?South Africa is for example currently (May 2012) 9 hours ahead of Oregon and 6 hours ahead of Florida. When will South Africa start being 10 hours behind Oregon and 7 hours behind Florida, and when will it revert back to...
by Brooke.Crawford 3 years ago
Ash Wednesday is fast approaching; what are you giving up for Lent?
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