Clocks change tonight when Daylight Savings Time goes into effect in most parts of Mexico. Clocks go forward an hour, officially at 2:00am tomorrow, in all states except Sonora and FULL STORY The post Clocks change tonight in all states but two appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Here are two community service announcements that will help you to get through the events of the coming weekend unscathed and on time: firstly, tomorrow is April Fools’ Day; and secondly, Daylight Savings comes to an end early on Sunday morning. In terms of the latter, all you need to know is that we all […]
A legislative committee has voted not to abandon daylight saving time. Lee Newspapers reports (https://goo.gl/OGaOT2 ) a senate bill that would have kept Montana on standard time year-round was tabled … Click to Continue »
RADIO FREE EUROPE EXPLAINS TIME ZONES: Still having trouble adapting to Daylight Savings Time? The video is short, informative and witty.
Heavy fog and an extra dark start time (thanks, daylight savings) seemed to keep the most extreme and expensive cars home last weekend, but it still made for a cool and eerie atmosphere. Read more...
Here in the U.S., we've completed our admittedly stupid ritual of moving the clocks forward an hour as Daylight Saving Time began this week. You still might be recovering from that lost hour of sleep (time travel is an odd thing, isn't it?), so the last thing you want to think about is cleaning. Show More Summary
By Amanda MacMillan We lost an hour of sleep as we “sprung forward” this past weekend, turning our clocks an hour ahead on Sunday morning. And while we’ve gained an extra hour of daylight in the evenings, we’ve lost it in the morning...Show More Summary
Daylight saving time has begun, we’re all slowly coming out of hibernation season and it’s time to jumpstart your returning love of life. What better way to shake off the lingering effects of winter blues than to get out of town? Whether you’re looking to get away for a weekend or a day, we’ve...
Wednesday: A gallery is targeted by protests in Boyle Heights, what the G.O.P. health plan means, and reader responses on daylight saving time.
It's the week after daylight saving time, which means that your child's early wake-up time (that's 6:30 on the dot, or at least not more than 10 minutes later, for my kindergartner to make her 7:27 bus) is now even more brutal - even...Show More Summary
A few days have passed since we all lost an hour of sleep but if you haven’t quite adjusted to the time change yet, it may be due to your genes. Researcher Dr. Joseph Takahashi explained, “It is likely that … The post Struggling with daylight savings time change? Your genes may be to blame appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
Good morning, kids. Daylight savings time has completely thrown me off. Not enough time to create a pretty picture for you. And this blizzard ain't lifting my spirits either. If you're in the path of Stella, stay safe and warm....
I had an early-morning church meeting at 7 pm, and I walked to and from the meeting, about 1.25 miles round trip. It was dark going down but light and nice coming back. Today is the first day of daylight savings time.
IT’S THE BEST TIME of year to ski and ride. Why? Let us count the ways … Daylight Savings Time. It’s here, and we can ski in sunshine longer and longer and longer. Big Snow. March is often the time of big snowfall. This year, we’ve got snow up the waz. Forty-gazillion cubic feet at
If you're feeling ruined by the daylight saving time change, you're not alone!! We didn't think there was anything that could make a Monday worse than it already is, but remembering how you lost one full hour of sleep the night before will definitely do the trick! Sigh. But don't worry, Perezcious readers, we're here to help you [...]
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For most Americans, daylight saving time means only one thing: losing an hour’s sleep. So what is the point? This is actually a reasonable question, according to a growing body of scientific research. Daylight saving...Show More Summary
It's time for Daylight Saving Time to go. Andrew Heaton writes: Yesterday was the start of Daylight Saving Time, and if anyone would like to form a SuperPAC to destroy politicians who jack around with my circadian rhythm I'll gladly chip in a few bucks. Show More Summary
Daylight Saving Time is this weekend, which always falls in the Top 5 days every year that parents complain about something entirely predictable. It ranks right up with complaints about fireworks on the Fourth of July or New Year’s Eve,...Show More Summary