She says preparation for the hour lost should start weeks before Daylight saving time begins. Daylight saving time was first enacted during World War 1 on March 19, 1918 as way to conserve coal, according to USA Today, though it was halted later that year.
Time changes on Sunday, so rest up. The bill would keep Florida on Day Light Saving Time all year round.
It's daylight saving time again and for many of us, that also means losing an hour of precious sleep time as we adjust to the change. (Interestingly, Navajo lands in Arizona do observe daylight saving time.) Hawaii also refrains, because it is so far south it doesn't really have all that much of an effect anyway.
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Houston County, which sits on the Florida and Georgia line, is already accustomed to dealing with changes of time zones, so Florida's move would likely only be a minor inconvenience to local businesses that do work in Florida.
The modern version of daylight saving time was used to conserve coal in a time of war, which calls into question just what its objective still is.
Among the areas that don't participate: Hawaii, most of Arizona (the Indian reservations there do observe it) and US territories such as American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
"We have a circadian rhythm [that] is coinciding with the time we eat", he explained. Any state that didn't want to participate could pass a law opting out of it. Daylight saving is a man-made construct and one that's not observed across the world.