Feeling jetlagged without taking a flight

Whyfor did the US and Canadian governments think it was a time savings (or a benefit) to jump into Daylight Savings Time/Summer Time before everyone else in the Northern hemisphere? I like a good sunrise along with the next romantic… but I’m sleep deprived, hungry most of the time, and trying to arrange to talk with people in other parts of the world who either do not “celebrate” daylight savings time or who are going to switch later on in the month.

The US population can thank the Energy Policy Act of 2005, and the bright sparks who decided to add an extra month of DST beginning in 2007. I’m not sure who the Canadians need to be angry at. So, no flight to an interesting place, just jetlag and allergies. 🙂 At least it’s sunny on the drive home.


2 Responses to “Feeling jetlagged without taking a flight”

  1. 1 Anne Bonney March 22, 2012 at 5:52 pm

    Here, here. DST is just not natural.

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