My deceased mother-in-law abhorred change of almost any kind. Daylight savings time was anathema to her and outrage against God himself. She referred to standard time as "God's time" and daylight savings time to "galloping time".
It does seem however that the time changes minor as they seem do seem to raise hell with our physical and mental systems. I now sort of think that businesses should adjust their starting and closing times to reflect the length of the day and timing of sunrise and sunset rather than shifting our time of day. My guess is that when it is dark in the morning, getting to an office and working is not the most productive for either the employee or employer. Same is true for driving home in the dark. My guess is the same amount of work would be accomplished if the work "days" more closely followed light.
But, of course, some people have to work nights anyway, and medical services know no time. Emergencies and care needs can arise anytime of day.
But, for awhile, it will be light at 8 AM around here and it will also be dark sometime between 5PM and 6PM. And we may fall asleep an hour "late"and still wake up an hour "early".
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