Today was the traumatic spring day for me when we move from Daylight-Wasting-Time to Daylight-Savings-Time [DST]. Traumatic because we have to change the time on so many clocks and watches, and for some clocks it's a pain.
My friends in Saskatchewan tend to sit back smugly and point out that they don't have to change their clocks.
They're right. But they have what I consider a worse problem....... adjusting their television watching habits because everyone else goes onto DST. Let's see, now, Big Bang used to come on at 7pm but now does it come on at 8pm or 6pm? This process of adjustment was worse for me in the fall when I was there as everyone else went onto Daylight-Wasting-Time. It took me several days to figure out when various football games and pre-game shows would be on television.
I honestly don't mind DST. What I mind is switching away from it for a few months and then switching back. I'd be happy to stay on DST year 'round. Yes, I know it would mean going to work and school in the dark in the mornings for many people for a month or two. But staying on DST would also mean fewer health issues, too, that result from the time switches [see this].