Daylight Savings

Vanessa Roachè

Jaguars, don’t forget to set your clock back an hour. 
Daylight savings started as an energy conservation trick. During World War I, this became a national standard in the 1960s. The concept is to shift the number of daylight hours we get into the evening. So if the sun sets at 5 pm instead of 6 pm, we’d spend less time with the lights on in our homes at night, saving electricity.

 It also means that you’re less likely to sleep through the day. (since those are shifted an hour later too). Moreover, “saving” daylight hours for the most productive time of the day.