Daylight Saving Time for 2014 starts at 2 a.m. local time on Sunday, March 9. At that time, clocks across the country (except in Saskatchewan and a few other exceptions) are set forward by one hour. However, when you really look at the world we live in right now, and the effects that DST has on our time, our health and our energy consumption, is it really worth it for us to keep putting ourselves through this?
When it comes to our time, we've started to leave the typical 9-5 work day behind, especially with the Internet and how interconnected the world has become over the years. People are working longer hours than ever, and even where the standard work day is still in effect, it's being transformed as workers come in earlier or work extended shifts to take extra time off. So, the idea that we're 'losing' an hour of sunlight before weRead More »from Get ready to spring forward: Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday morning