I grew up in Sri Lanka where there was none of this business of changing clocks twice a year because being close to the equator, the days were pretty much the same length the whole year round. It is only countries that are far from the equator that do this and even then not all do so. So it took me a while to get used to this practice.
I find it a bit of a nuisance but don’t get too worked up about it but increasingly I have been hearing that it produces little benefits and actually has negative effects on health and productivity. Those complaints tend to be voiced on days like today, when most of the US shifts clocks to DST.
This short video explains the history of DST and makes a compelling case for why we should ditch the whole thing.