If you're aware of what is happening in your state, or perhaps your country, you would know that keeping Daylight Saving Time (DST) year-round has been a hot debate topic. Many senators across the United States have sponsored a bill to keep the biannual tradition year-round. It only needs the sign... read more
On Tuesday, March 22, the Senate approved a measure to make Daylight Saving Time (DST) year-round across the United States next year (2023). This would put an end to the continuous debate on whether to keep this biannual tradition or not.
For those who are against Daylight Saving Time, observing ... read more
January has arrived, which now means you can now observe shorter days and colder nights, signifying the winter season. During this time, you can expect darker mornings in January, and probably, you are wondering why.
The Winter Solstice
Some people like summer more, but this December onwards cou... read more
Time zones are related in a way that they are relevant to the Universal Time Coordinated. UTC refers to the time on the prime meridian (zero longitudes). To know this better, let’s take Phoenix as an example. Since it is in the 122nd degree of longitude west, its time zone is called the UTC-7 time... read more
Unlike other countries with a single time zone, Brazil observes more than one. So if you are planning to visit the country, it is best to familiarize yourself with its time zones. This way, you can plan your activities better since they are in sync with Brazil's time. But how many time zones does ... read more
Daylight Saving Time in some of the US states has already ended. And Americans know what comes with it - the nights will become longer, and the weather becomes colder. Some people don't know why this happens; but they are aware that it happens every year. If you're not familiar with this phenomeno... read more
Daylight Savings Time or Daylight Saving Time, which is the correct way to say it? Though it only differs because of the extra s in the first one, knowing which one is the proper way to use is essential. Why? It's because it would be more fulfilling if you both knew the correct term and understood... read more
Daylight Saving Time has ended in many places, but its effects are still felt as it brought challenges on the road. Based on the AAA's website, the fall and winter months have brought less daylight and darker commuting hours.
As a result, more crashes were seen between cars and pedestrians or bi... read more
Not all countries observe Daylight Saving Time. But for those who do, they have to change their clocks twice a year, which some people find inconvenient. This is because during the spring forward and fall back, everyone who has changed their clocks might experience some struggles adjusting their b... read more
There are two things you do not want to hear in the airport. First, your name gets called out because you're running late. It is pretty embarrassing. Second, your flight is delayed, or worse, getting canceled. When a situation like this happens, there is no need to panic. There are travel tips you... read more
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