DST: make it less body jarring

Have you recovered from the change back to Standard Time?

Many people in the northern hemisphere enjoy a walk, a swing of a golf club or baseball bat, or a kick of a soccer ball on a spring or summer evening.  We bask in late day sunshine until around 9:30 p.m. on 21 June; the time for outdoor leisure then starts to wane.  The downside is the body jarring time change to Daylight Savings Time (DST) that makes this extra hour of daylight possible.

The switch back to Standard Time is not as bad, but we still must adjust.

If we don’t want to say no to DST, let’s do our bodies a favour:  Stay on DST all year.


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