Daylight saving time
Tick tock…it’s almost time for Americans to get thrown out of whack again by Daylight Savings. But don’t panic; we have all the info necessary about when you need to change your clocks, and more!
It’s that time of year again — Daylight Saving Time is coming to throw America into chaos and confuse everyone. Luckily, we have all the info you need to know about when to change your clocks, and what they should be changed to! Check it out.
Who is ready to fall back? Daylight Saving Time is upon us, and that means more sleep people! But, do you know what day it is, and what time it’s happening? If you don’t, you’re in luck. We have all the info you need right here!
It’s almost that time of the year again — daylight saving time is finally beginning. The sun will rise later and the sun will set later. Yay, longer days of sun! Find out when you should set your clocks back now!
Daylight saving time 2016 is almost upon up. Get ready for it to be a little bit dark if you’re early to rise and for it to still be light when you home from work, which will mean more time to get in those dog walkings and post-work jogs while the sun is still out. Don’t wake up an hour late by forgetting to set your clocks forward. Here’s everything you need to know about daylight saving time beginning this year.
It’s almost that time of the year again — daylight saving time is ending. The sun will rise earlier and the sun will set earlier. Find out when you should set your clocks back now!
Daylight saving time 2015 is coming to a close. Get ready for the sun to be shining when you wake up and for it to be dark on your way home from work. Don’t wake up an hour earlier than you need to this year by forgetting to set your clocks back. Here’s everything you need to know about daylight saving time ending this year.
Time falls back one hour on Nov. 3, giving an extra hour for sleep on Sunday! But be sure to set your clocks back — otherwise you could be late for work on Monday! Keep reading for all you need to know about daylight saving time.
On Nov. 3, it’s time to set clocks back one hour to “spring forward, fall back,” as the saying goes. So what time do you need to set your clocks for?