Get ready, because Sunday, March 12th is daylight saving time! Not really sure what it is aside from the fact that in fall you get an hour of sleep and in spring you lose an hour? Yeah, us too. If you’re wanting to learn more about this US practice, National Geographic has got all the info you need to know.
P.S. It’s not observed in Arizona and territories overseas.
Even though we’re going to lose an hour of sleep, we’ll gain an hour of daylight. That means longer beach days, picnics, and hikes! That’s a win in our books. Don’t forget to set your clocks forward Saturday night before you go to sleep!
Speaking of more time, Danielle Bowes has 6 reasons you should register for earlier classes!
Daylight Saving Time 101
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