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About Daylight Saving
Daylights Saving Time is the practice of moving the clocks ahead one hour so that the afternoon light lasts longer that it otherwise would. The practice of Daylights Saving Time is observed in most of the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia and parts of South America and Australia. Daylight Saving Time is not popular in countries near the equator where the days are typically long regardless. Daylights Saving Time is very popular in places with higher altitudes. The two primary benefits of observing Daylights Saving Time is more hours of sunlight and reduced residential energy consumption, which comprises about 5% of power used in the world. Daylights Saving Time starts on the first Sunday in April and ends on the last Sunday in October in most places in the United States and Canada, while other places in the world have their own start and stop dates.
MarkTheDay.com is a useful tool for organizing your Daylight Saving holiday tasks. Using MarkTheDay.com, you can create custom email reminders to aid in accomplishing tasks and remembering appointments in conjunction with the Daylight Saving holiday season.
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