The End Of Daylight Saving Time Is Right Around The Corner
I know, you want to call it 'Daylight Savings Time', but it is singular, and everyone always wants to know, when do we spring forward and when do we fall back?
We already sprang forward on March 8 of this year and lost an hour. We also gained a lot of daylight and had to wait until almost 8 p.m. for the sun to go down. But, all that changes again at the beginning of November when we fall back an hour and either get some extra sleep or another hour to party.
If you want to keep an eye on the countdown, you can head over to the Daylight Saving Time countdown clock website. You will probably notice that they call it Daylight Savings Time, but let's not hold that against them.