# Daylight savings time
Washington State voted to end time changes in 2019. Why are we still doing this?
I would rather we stay on standard time myself. People complain about the "depressive" nature of sun setting too early, but I'm not particularly bothered by that. What I hate is waking up and getting dressed and leaving the house when it's still completely dark out.
Exercise and Sunlight can help your body adjust to Daylight Savings time
At 2:00 am Sunday, November 5 Daylight Savings Time begins and there will be an extra hour of light each evening and one hour more of darkness in the morning. If you believe "falling back" and gaining an extra hour of sleep is beneficial experts say it can actually harm our bodies. Limiting caffeine and alcohol before bedtime is recommended to help with the adjustment and getting sunlight and exercise are also ways to assist your body clock.
Sunshine Protection Act - Is it the end for Daylight Savings Time?
Daylight Savings Time is now hanging on by a thread. Learn about the Sunshine Protection Act 2023 and how to put Daylight Savings Time to bed once and for all.
Florida Takes a Step Closer to Permanent Daylight Savings Time As U.S. Senate Votes in Favor of Change
Woman holding clockPhoto by RODOLFO BARRETO on Unsplash. On March 15 the U.S. Senate passed by unanimous consent a bill that will allow individual states to move to a permanent daylight savings time rather than observing the annual 'spring forward' and 'fall back'. Traditionally, states have become accustomed to the changes where clocks are adjusted forward by an hour in spring and backward again in fall.
Daylight Saving Time: Is it time to stop with the yearly time change?
Tonight at 2:00 am local time, in every state except Hawaii and Arizona, clocks will "spring ahead" one hour, ending standard time and entering daylight saving time. Spring Ahead! It's time to change the clocks to Daylight Saving Time!Canva.
SPRING Ahead This Weekend
If you can’t wait for Spring, we’re going to get you there one hour earlier as we welcome Daylight Savings Time 2022!
A psychologist shares sleep tips to help with the time change this Sunday
If you asked me a few years ago to name things I did well, sleep would have been on that list. I was one of those annoying people who would fall asleep within seconds, sleeping peacefully until the alarm sounded.