Daylight Saving Time in the United States is ending soon, and that means people all across America will be turning their clocks back an hour — and enjoying that extra hour of sleep! While many of the countries regions observe the same time change, there can be some differences here and there especia... read more
Did you know that Benjamin Franklin — yes, that Franklin — was an avid supporter of Daylight Saving Time? During his lifetime, he came up with the idea to reset clocks during Summer months in order to conserve light and energy. Though, of course, at the time energy was a lot less prominent.
Maybe t... read more
Did you spring for the latest version of the Apple Watch? If you did, you might find yourself running into a prevalent issue, at least for the time being. Smartwatches.org is reporting that Apple Watch owners have discovered a bug that is causing the Series 3 models – and those running Watch OS 4.1 ... read more
Daylight Saving Time – also referred to as “Daylight Savings” or “summer time” – starts in the summer when the hours of sunlight are usually longer. During the time DST is not observed, during the winter, it is considered standard time.
The dates at which DST become active differ depending on t... read more
One of the worst things about Daylight Saving Time - whether it’s starting or ending - is trying to keep up with the time changes and dates. Losing or gaining an hour can really throw off your schedule.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could receive simple email reminders for the time change in your l... read more
Vacations are a funny thing, and well, quite difficult to plan. Not because choosing activities and places to visit are hard. No, once you actually have a destination in mind the rest comes easy. It’s actually choosing a single destination that’s the real problem.
If you don’t travel often, you wan... read more
You may have heard over the years that the Daylight Saving time change is good for everyone, namely because it conserves daylight and also conserves energy (the idea is we use more energy at night when it’s dark).
There have even been a few studies that claim otherwise. But a recent study may pr... read more
It’s that time of year, where we all need to start planning to move our clocks either forward or backward an hour to account for Daylight Saving.
Abbreviated as DST - and often called “Daylight Savings” or simply “summer time - is so named because it was created to allow for more usable hours of... read more
If you ever find yourself stuck in the middle of nowhere without a watch, smartphone or convenient way to tell time, you can simply look to the stars.
Of course, due to the nature of the tutorial - which calls for observing the Big Dipper - this is not relevant outside of the Northern Hemisphere... read more
Time management is tough, whether you’re good at it or not. Because it’s not just about managing time wisely, it’s about being productive with the time you invest.
It’s possible to waste hours – even when you are working – if you're unorganized or have not chosen a proper goal. You might find ... read more
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