Most of the US switched our clocks forward an hour over the weekend. At the moment, I’m mostly enjoying that it’s not getting light before 7am and the sun doesn’t set until about 7pm. (Remember, I’m up at latitude 47 – we get almost 16 hours of sunlight in late June, and less than 9 in late December.)
Usually I hate the switch back to standard time in fall, and am often sleep-deprived for a week after the “spring forward”. I do tend to adjust to daylight time as spring goes on, probably because the days get longer anyway. Today’s “Really?” column pulled together some research on how daylight savings time can screw up sleeping and cause other health problems.
How’s it going for you all?