As a young child growing up in Indiana, summer was a joyous time. June, July and August consisted of popping tar bubbles, splashing through mud puddles, riding bikes, skipping rope, playing softball, chasing the ice cream truck, eating watermelon, running through … Continue reading
JFK Travel Clock
Did you know Daylight Savings Time began during World War I in order to save energy, but it wasn’t standardized until Congress passed the Uniform Time Act in 1966?
Arizona and Hawaii do not use Daylight Savings Time. However, Iceland uses Daylight Savings Time year round.
So don’t forget to set your clock or watch to Spring Ahead on March 11, 2012.