Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time, also referred to as Daylight Savings Time, is the day we move the clocks back one hour in the Fall. Or the day we return the clocks back to their “rightful” time. It’s also the day you can have that extra hour back that we lost when we moved the clocks forward in March. Daylight Saving Time was created as a way to conserve energy or to make better use of daylight. We change our clocks on this day and push the clock back. While most of you (like us) thought it was Daylight Savings Day – there is no s.
When is Daylight Saving Day?
Daylight saving time is from the second Sunday in March until the first Sunday in November.
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How is Daylight Saving Day celebrated?
- Before going to bed on the first Sunday in November, remember to set your clocks back an hour
- Have an early dinner so you can adjust to the time change
Daylight Saving Day Trivia/Facts:
- Approximately 70 countries use Daylight Saving Time. Japan, India, and China are the only major industrialized countries that do not observe some form of daylight saving
- In the United States, Arizona does not use DST, with the exception of Navajo Nation
- Because of Arizona’s hot climate, DST is largely considered unnecessary
- Hawaii is the only US state that does not use DST at all.
- Multiple states are trying to eliminate DST
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Celebrity Birthdays Celebrated on November 4th:
- Matthew McConaughey
- Bethenny Frankel – Reality Star
- Sean Combs – Musician and creator of Ciroc Vodka
- Kathy Griffin – Comedian
- Ralph Maccio – Actor
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