This is our least favorite part of the year…Indiana used to be a sensible state in this way and never changed (except for a small part near Chicago).  Now…we lose an hour of sunlight in the morning…sigh!




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Daylight Savings Explained

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  • March 11, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    Arizona does change. Funny thing is, I used to think it was the fault of all the other states changing, that *I* never knew what time it was anywhere else. Then when I started doing my Blog Talk Radio show, I realized that you that do the Daylight Savings always know what time it is, because you always change together. You always know it’s 1 or 2 or 3 hours difference. But in Arizona, I never can remember is it 2 hours ahead or 3 hours ahead? It had to rely on Internet time zone sites to help me figure out when to schedule my guests to come onto my show so that we were both there at the same time! So I agree it’s more sensible to not do DST but on the other hand, it sure makes for confusion trying to figure out what time it is everywhere else! 🙂


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