According to Wikipedia, the correct way to say it is Daylight Saving Time. No ‘S’ at the end of Saving. TimeAndDate.com confirms. That should settle the score. A senior journalist from Global News Canada weighed in on Twitter, with an easy to digest pun.
Please: it is Daylight Saving Time and NOT Savings. It’s time, not a bank account.— Seán O’Shea (@ConsumerSOS) March 10, 2019
Sunday night most Americans sprung forward 1-hour, for the annual time change. While we lost an hour of sleep, we gain an hour of daylight in the evening. You should be able to shake off the minimal loss of sleep within a week, but the extra hour of daylight will last until the first Sunday in November.
The 45th president of the United States gave his thumbs up on Twitter, citing it would be O.K. with him to have daylight saving year round. Several states have voted to extend the concept year round but would require Congress to change the federal law, and 45 would need to sign it.
Making Daylight Saving Time permanent is O.K. with me!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 11, 2019