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Eastern Standard Time (EST) Begins in Pennsylvania

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Map of U.S. time zones with new (2006) CST and...

Map of U.S. time zones with new (2006) CST and EST areas displayed, showing Indiana largely in the Eastern zone (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This year EST begins at 2:00am on November 2, 2014.  So it’s a good idea to set your clock back an hour before you go to bed otherwise if you need to be someplace in the morning you won’t be on time.

“Don’t forget to ‘fall back’ this Sunday”

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Old Clocks (Photo credit: servus)


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This November 1, 2013 article on the Journal Review Online website reminds those of us who need to reset our clocks in the spring and fall to do so tonight, but also offers a glimpse into the history behind why we do this.




It’s time!

Just a friendly reminder to say that if you didn’t set your clocks back an hour last night, you should probably do that, unless you live someplace outside of Pennsylvania that doesn’t change their clocks twice a year, then you don’t have to worry about it.  However if you are inside the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and you haven’t changed your clocks yet, your schedule will be a mess until you do not to mention those who remembered to change their clocks, just might laugh a little when you say you weren’t on time for something because you didn’t change your clock 😉

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