Please, remember THIS tonight too!

Tick, tock. Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November at 2 a.m. You know the drill: In the spring, turn clocks ahead one hour; in the fall, turn them back an hour. While you're at it, delight your friends with the following DST dossier.

The name is a singular sensation

It's Saving, not Savings, time — and it's designed to make better use of morning hours and shrink energy bills. But it also means that you can go for a run after work outdoors and it's still sort of light out in warmer weather. Respect, people. Say it right.

Daylight SAVING Time
Dave Michaels

Dave Michaels

Dave Michaels enjoys ice cream, whiskey, knitting, and being indoors-y... Read more

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