All of Europe has moved the clocks back one hour as the “daylight savings” interval came to its annual end. Looking out the office window, by the time I’d get out in half an hour or so, it will be entirely dark outside. Why is moving the clocks back a good thing again?
Opposite opinion: at last I can get up for 1 hour later, which is 7 in the morning, not 6.
It is very heavy to be “late bird” person.
The extra hour of sleep is all I can say. Otherwise, I think it’s silly. Then again, unless we’re close to a solstice, we lose or gain between 6-8 minutes of “daylight” every day. So of course I think it’s silly.
Ah, but when your internal body clock wakes you up in the morning, that extra hour on Sunday is likely not to happen.
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