Time Changes This Weekend: Here’s How To Enjoy that Extra Hour
It's that time of year when it gets darker earlier and fall really starts setting into its season. It's also that time of year when we change our clocks back.
Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend at 2 am on Sunday, November 6th.
Here's the good news: You get an extra hour.
What you do with that hour is up to you. I'll choose to use my extra hour of sleep. Some choose to stay out and have an extra hour of fun.
Whatever you choose to do, just remember to set your clocks back one hour, so if you choose to go to bed at 10 pm, just set your clock to 9 pm before you go to sleep and you'll be on track. At least with this time change, if you forget, you won't be late anywhere you'll be early. Heck, with most of your devices, you won't even have to mess with them, because they will automatically change themselves.
It'll be a change all the clocks day on Sunday. All the analog decorative clocks you have and all your appliance clocks and those other pesky clocks that don't change.
To be honest, I wish the time wouldn't change. Don't get me wrong I like the extra hour of sleep, but I dislike it getting dark at 5 pm. The U.S. Senate did pass the Sunshine Protection Act to keep the time as is and it would've gone into effect in 2023, but unfortunately, it stall in the U.S. House of Representatives.
What a bummer!
Either way, the time change is happening, unless you live in Arizona or Hawaii.