It is "Daylight Saving Time" (singular), not "Daylight Savings Time" (plural).
As we turn the clocks back an hour Sunday morning at 2 a.m., there seems to be two schools of thought on the annual fall rite: One camp likes the extra hour of sleep, while those in the other bemoans the earlier hour of darkness. Don't worry about your cell phones because they reset themselves. As NPR's Neda Ulaby put it: "Suddenly, it's light outside for an extra hour".
Can you believe it's already time to set your clocks back?
Don't forget to set your clocks back an hour tonight, as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end early Sunday morning.
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Getting a good night's sleep sometimes requires a conscious effort to go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at the same time, even on weekends, Dr. Zhee said. There are a few facts of this time change that you may not know. Apparently, New Zealander George Vernon Hudson proposed the idea of daylight saving in the year 1895. This will remain the status quo until March 11, 2018, when clocks will be readjusted once more, this time by "springing forward". A bill introduced in January aimed to put the entire state in the Eastern Standard Time Zone, which could exempt MI from the measure.
Daylight saving is observed in approximately 70 countries, including most of those in North America and Europe.
"There's some benefit to being in the same time zone with someone you're dealing with in a business relationship", Prerau said, suggesting the Maritimes would be under pressure to drop daylight time to stay in sync year-round.
Neither China nor Japan observe DLS.