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Travel Tips: How to Beat Jet Lag

Traveling is indeed fun and exciting, especially when you do it together with your loved ones. When you travel, you get to experience the things that you've never done before: visiting the places you've never been to, discovering rich cultures, and making unique and thrilling adventures. Traveling... read more

Which US States Have More Than One Time Zone?

The world is divided into different time zones. Some countries only have a single time zone, while others have many. Suppose you are living in the United States, you probably know that the country observes six time zones: Hawaii-Aleutian time, Alaska time, Pacific time, Mountain time, Central time... read more

How to Set Up A Virtual Meeting in Different Time Zones

  Working in a multinational company is quite challenging compared to working in a local company. This is because you need to overcome a lot of challenges, including communication barriers and time differences. If your company has a few nationalities involved, then you might have solved these pro... read more

Why Was UTC Created When There Was GMT?

If you study time zones, you might be confused with UTC and GMT. Sometimes, people interchanged the two because they think that they are similar when in fact, these two are different. UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time, a time standard and a basis for many time zones. On the other hand, GMT... read more

Should We Have A Universal Time Zone?

Initially, there were 24 time zones used globally, but as countries use 15-45 hour differences, more time zones were created. When you travel over the seas, you have to remind yourself of changing the time zone. This is because as you go farther, time zones are changing. But what if there is only ... read more

Why Do We Need GMT?

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is one of the many time zones that exist nowadays. It refers to the name used for mean solar time. It lies in longitude (0°) of the Royal Greenwich Observatory in England. The meridian at this longitude is known as the prime meridian or Greenwich meridian. Of all the time... read more

Are There Time Zones Over the Oceans?

There are 24 hours in a day, so dividing the Earth into 24 time zones would be ideal. This is because dividing 360 degrees into 24 would mean that the time change is with every 15-degree longitude. Initially, there were 24 time zones, but more time zones were created because of the political and g... read more

What are the Time Zones in Hawaii?

If you are thinking of your next adventure destination, then Hawaii could be your best pick. This place offers some of the most stunning beaches in the United States. And if you’re still in doubt about whether to choose Hawaii or not for your next trip, we’re here to give you compelling reasons wh... read more

PDT and PST: What's the Difference?

Since there are so many time zones worldwide, some people get confused whenever they have to change their clocks in observance of Daylight Saving Time. For instance, some people forget to set their clocks one hour forward or backward. Others don't know the difference between standard and daylight ... read more

Which Time Zone Has the Biggest Population?

The existence of time zones has been there for centuries, which has brought significant changes to people's lives. Although it is pretty challenging to determine the exact number of official time zones, there are exciting things that you can learn about them. From learning which country has the mo... read more

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