Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend, so be sure to set your clocks back by one hour at 2 am Sunday, November 1.
For the most part, it will be effortless to change the time on your smartphones and computers as the time change should be automatic.
Daylight Saving Time originates from the Industrial Revolution when industrial societies began to organize the hours of daylight. It is utilized in most of North America, Europe, and parts of South America and Australia.
There is still a great debate over the value of adjusting the clocks, but one of the benefits proponents argue is that it gives children more daylight to travel to school in the morning.
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Clocks will revert from 2 am to 1 am early Sunday morning, and (in theory) it should give you an extra hour of sleep, but many tend to overcompensate and stay up far later.
The time adjustment also means less time to enjoy outdoor activities.
Let the complaining begin…
#daylightsavingtime WHY THE FRAK ARE WE STILL DOING THIS SHIT?
— Andrew (@acodeguy) October 27, 2019