It's that fun time of year again where we roll back the clocks one hour for the end of daylight savings time.

In my day...(wait, did I really just say that?), changing the clocks was a whole production. You'd have to change your alarm clock to make sure you got up on time, you'd have to change all of the other clocks in the house so you weren't confused all day. You also had to make sure to your car clock was changed and your watch.

Now, it's not as big of a deal because many electronic devices automatically change the time for you. I really haven't noticed it as much over the last few years.

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The biggest pain in the butt is that it'll be noticeably dark a lot earlier than normal. We all need to come to terms with the fact that it won't be light until 9 p.m. for months. It's alright though, the holidays are coming up and I'm ready to put up my Christmas tree. Oh, and you'll get an extra hour of sleep on Sunday. That's always nice.

The time change happens on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 a.m.

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