Daylight Saving Time (DST) is more than just resetting clocks; it's a chance to reconnect with nature's rhythm.

Daylight stretches longer in the evenings, offering potential for increased efficiency and sustainability.

This extra sunlight could allow us to spend more time outdoors, tend to gardens, and potentially use less energy for lighting.

However, DST also comes with challenges. Our bodies need to adjust to the time change, and the balance between heating and cooling our homes can be disrupted.

The environmental impact of DST is complex. Solar panels can harness extra sunlight for energy, but the overall energy savings are debatable.

Ultimately, DST is a chance to reflect on our relationship with time and the environment.

Daylight Saving Time in 2024 starts on Sunday, March 10th at 2:00 am.

While the benefits of DST for energy savings are debated, it offers longer evenings for potential outdoor activities and reconnection with nature.

It's a chance to become more mindful of our choices and live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Please do let us know what you are going to change, alongside your clock!