It’s Daylight Saving Time and Spring Time in California and Other States of USA


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Use of the natural environment wisely, is an initiative that was adopted in the United States since 1986. This is normally taking place every second Sunday of March, where majority of Americans will synchronize their clocks to turn forward for an hour, and then you will start hearing them saying ‘DST’.   During this period, we are able to save energy while there is still sunlight and the day is longer. There are few US States/territory that do not observe DST (Daylight Saving Time);  such as Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands and American Samoa.

Spring Time is also in the corner, so everyone gets invigorated with outdoor activities that cannot be done during the previous season. In your neighborhood, you can also see many activities that are taking place. New faces, new things, and events. So take advantage as well with the new season, to learn something different from people you meet in any location or perhaps get a job. Remember, to bring your pocket booklet for writing new information that you never know before. This will remind you later about the new learning.

There are many things to do during Spring Season. Do you have any activities planned so far? We like to hear of your experiences and we will be delighted to share you ours as we move forward to the Season.  Keep going and don’t forget be safe as well.

If you plan to take some learning activities, and have not decided which ones; then we can suggest some lessons for you. Check our website and choose the lessons that you like to add into your proficiency or competency. We look forward to help you achieve your personal or professional goals. You can contact us directly too at: +1 (650) 241-3207 and discuss how can we help you to solve your difficulties.

 

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    Lesley, thank you for liking this article. We enjoy seeing your likes!

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