Time to change the clocks

At this time of the year the early morning sun streams through my curtains waking me. There are hours of daylight available when I am busy sleeping in the very early morning, but not much when I return home from work. That will soon change for me in London but it has already change for millions elsewhere. Summer Time, or Daylight Savings Time, has reached the whole of the continental United States now, except the state of Arizona, which does not change its clocks, (except for the Navaho Nation who live in Arizona, which does change its clocks). If you are reading this in the European Union you will move your clocks one hour forward at one o’clock in the morning on the last Sunday in March – which this year falls on 28th March. The hour between one and two will not exist for you.  Continue reading