Daylight savings is my favorite time of the year.

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The days become longer, the sun sets later and later in the day and all is right with the world.

Of course, losing that hour of sleep sucks, there's no way to beat around that bush but it's so worth it!

Photo by Sander Sammy on Unsplash
Photo by Sander Sammy on Unsplash

Of course, all good things must come to an end, and that includes Day Light Savings.

Soon, the sun will begin to set before 5:00, it'll feel like it's 3 in the afternoon when in reality it's only noon, and of course, winter will quickly be on the way.

I hate when Day Light Savings comes to an end, but it's a part of life.

Maybe you're like me, and you always forget when it's time to change the clocks.

Fortunately, with all of our smart devices, we don't have to worry too much about physically setting our clocks back anymore but we do have to remember when our clocks fall back an hour.

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Photo by Daniel Cañibano on Unsplash

A few years ago I was working at a station in Reading, and part of my job was to come in when we fell back to make sure all of the equipment continued to operate during the time change.

I had to be in at 2 AM on Sunday, easy enough I thought!

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Saturday night I decided to go into the city to see some friends and hit some bars, I didn't have to work until Sunday right?

When 2 AM came around the bar remained open and said it was a gift for setting the clocks back an hour.

Oh no.

I was in Philadelphia, the station was two hours away in Reading and I was one hundred percent that idiot that couldn't understand something as simple as a time change.

So, here's your warning and a heads up so you don't end up as I did.

Here's Everything You Need To Know About Day Light Savings Ending

The end of daylight savings is coming up quickly, reports that daylight savings will come to an end next weekend.

Sunday, November 6th at 2 AM our clocks will have to fall back an hour.

You'll get an extra hour of sleep, and an extra hour at the bar!

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The silver lining is that the sun will rise earlier and earlier until the winter solstice in December, and if you're a morning person like me that's also a plus!

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