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Newsletter Issue 128

London city skyline at sunrise with the London Bridge and the Thames.

In Europe? Set Your Clocks Back for Daylight Saving Time (DST)

At 01:00 UTC on Sunday, October 29, most European countries will fall back one hour, giving Europeans an extra hour to snooze on Sunday morning.

Since Europe spans several time zones, the switch from summer time to standard time occurs at different local times.

Find your local time for the change

Babies and DST: Adjusting Your Baby’s Sleep

Unfortunately, setting the clocks one hour back also shifts your baby’s bedtime by an hour, and getting your toddler to bed at the right time can prove to be difficult.

If you’re experiencing a cranky baby and a disturbed evening sleep schedule, we have some tips for you.

New York City skyline aerial view with Central Park in foreground and Manhattan cityscape skyline in background. Colorful autumn foliage in Central Park.

As the Clocks Change: Still No Law for Permanent DST in USA & Canada

Even though 21 states want to make Daylight Saving Time (DST) permanent, most of the US and Canada will fall back to standard time as planned on Sunday, November 5, 2023.

Clocks will be set back 1 hour from 02:00 (2 am) to 01:00 (1 am) local time.

Is the USA abolishing clock changes?

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