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Which Countries are in the PST Time Zone?

The Pacific Standard Time (PST) or sometimes called PT, is consistent with UTC -8. As most people know, the time zones' differences to each other are relevant to the Universal Time Coordinate (UTC). UTC refers to the time in the prime meridian, which lies in zero longitudes. Like other time zones,... read more

ET, EST, EDT: When Do You Use These Terms?

The world consists of many time zones because instead of having a one-hour difference. Some countries use 30-45 minutes apart from each time zone. Most time zones were named after the country, but since there are too many of them, it's hard to remember all of the time zones. For example, ET, EST, ... read more

The Most Popular Time Zone in the World

Initially, there were 24 time zones, but now, you can't count them on your fingers. This is because some countries like Iran use 30-minute and 45-minute offsets instead of the original one hour. Meaning, there will only be 24  time zones if the one-hour offset is strictly followed. But as countrie... read more

Time Zones That Do Not Observe Daylight Saving Time

Initially, there were 24 time zones in the world. However, additional time zones were created because some countries consider 30-45 minute differences instead of one hour. If you live in a country that follows a single time zone and planning to travel in the future, it is essential to learn your d... read more

When Does Daylight Saving Time Start in 2021

Time flies so fast, and it feels like Daylight Saving Time has just ended. But here we go again because DST is about to start this month. If you are not yet prepared, now is the right time to remember the date and time you need to move your clocks ahead by one hour. It could be quite challenging to ... read more

Everything You Should Know About Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)

People are living in different time zones. Thanks to the scientists who proposed them because there’s an organized system of timekeeping. If they haven’t divided the world into time zones, there would be confusion with time. Not only that, but eight o’clock in the morning would be the same on the ... read more

Daylight Saving Time: Common Myths Debunked

Daylight Saving Time (DST), sometimes called Daylight Savings Time, is the annual tradition of changing clocks done twice a year. Some people refer to it as spring forward since during springtime, countries, and states following DST move their clocks one hour forward. Meanwhile, during fall, they ... read more

Tips For Dealing with Different Time Zones

The Earth is longitudinally divided into 24 time zones, where each longitude is 15 degrees apart. But aside from that, each time zone is also one hour apart. In the present, there are more time zones because some countries decide to use half-hour time zones. Although having more time zones conside... read more

Using A PST to EST Converter for Managing Time Zone Differences

There are 24 official time zones if people will follow the one hour difference for 15 degrees apart. But since some countries follow half an hour, more time zones were created. For those living in different time zones, you might find it challenging to manage your time because of the time zone diff... read more

California: What To Do And Where To Go

If you are a non-US resident, you could dream of going to the country to explore its breathtaking scenery. The challenging part is, where should you go first? There are 50 US states, 48 of them are conterminous states occupying the continent's middle latitudes, and two of them include the states o... read more

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