What you didn't know about Daylight Saving Time

It takes some people a week to adjust to Daylight Saving Time

Daylight saving time 2018: Things to know

The idea of Daylight Saving Time dates back to Englishman William Willett.

The first misconception of it all is if is called "Daylight Saving Time" or "Daylight Savings Time".

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It was never about farmers.

Not every state in the United States practices "Daylight Saving Time". It was made law again in 1942 only to be repealed once again 1945.

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Not all places in the US observe Daylight Saving time. It's simply a convenient time when most people are home and most bars and restaurants are closed. In particular, Hawaii and most of Arizona do not use it. With the spring forward, you lose out an hour's sleep Saturday night. Florida could also be added to this as more states look to "lock the clock" and do away with the change based upon technological advances over the past few years.

That's because the shift from standard time to daylight saving time officially takes place at 2 a.m. local time Sunday. His idea was that we could "enjoy plentiful sunlight".

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