For most Americans, Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday, November 6th, at 2 a.m. as we adjust our clocks back 1 hour to Standard Time. States like Arizona and Hawaii don't have to adjust their clocks each year since the federal government doesn't require states and territories to observe Daylight Saving Time.

Many times, Daylight Saving Time and Standard Time confuse people as many of us forget when we go forward an hour and when we go back an hour. Best rule of thumb is to remember the old saying "spring forward, fall back". Annually, Daylight Saving Time begins in the Spring and ends in the Fall.

So, with all that being said...don't forget to set your alarm clocks, microwaves, ovens, watches, and some phones, back an hour before you go to sleep Saturday night, November 6th. The reason I say 'some phones' is because many devices automatically adjust based on network settings.

Enjoy that extra hour of sleep.

Oh, it's also called Daylight Saving, not Daylight Savings.