I suppose it helps lessen energy consumption to a degree (one degree in one study), but I guess every degree counts in this day and age.
I kinda like having more sunlight during the evenings, especially when I have chores to attend to after getting home from work.
If I have a complaint, it's having to go all over the house and change the time on all the clocks -- alarm clocks in bedroom and guestroom, grandfather clock in den, clock on oven and microwave, wall clocks in living room, study and library, and the anniversary clock on the fireplace mantel.
And there are also the clocks in the two vehicles, my wristwatch, and a couple of novelty clocks on my book shelves.
It's a wonder I have the time to change the time.
But I do look at the time change as rather symbolic as we move forward from winter to spring. It's a time of renewal in nature as well as in personal goals.
Until the next time...