You've no doubt noticed it's staying darker later in the morning and getting darker earlier in the evening. Less daylight means that archaic ritual we call Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end.

And yes, it’s ‘saving’ and not ‘savings’. And while I’m at it, it’s ‘Airway’ not ‘Airways’. But I digress.

2 a.m. this Sunday, November 3, we go back in time and 2 a.m. magically becomes 1 a.m. again resulting in the mythical “extra hour of sleep.” Although you're supposed to move your clocks back one hour, you probably won't have to worry about physically changing much because (1.) you're not your grandpa, and (2.) most tech devices, like your cellie, automatically adjust when DST begins or ends.

You yourself, however, may have some difficulty. According to a new study, it takes the average person three days to adjust to the time change. In other words, you'll be a zombie until Thursday.

Sorry, I didn't mean to be such a buzzkill. Please enjoy the extra hour of partying on Saturday and/or being one hour early to church on Sunday.