Fall Back For The End Of Daylight Saving Time!

Mae Love
November 4, 2018

This weekend we get that extra hour of sleep that we've been missing.

Daylight saving time is essentially enacted every year to give us an extra hour of evening daylight during the summer.

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On the bright side, the sun will also be rising an hour earlier. Daylight saving time officially ends at 2AM Sunday morning, so you'll want to turn your clocks back one hour before heading to bed Saturday night (remember that most smart phones will do this automatically nowadays).

But most of us really aren't that bothered by daylight saving time at all, according to a poll from Princeton Survey Research. The time shift can fall anywhere from March 8 to March 13, and shifts back to "Standard Time" Nov. 1 through Nov. 7, depending on how the days fall on the calendar.

The United States didn't adopt the practice until the 20th century - for a brief time during World War I, again during World War II and then on a state-by-state basis in the years after the war. Dozens of other countries now observe some form of daylight saving as well.

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