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Daylight Saving Time Photo courtesy of www.sharewhy.com

Set your clocks back this weekend for daylight saving time – that magical part of the year where we gain an extra hour in our day, courtesy of Benjamin Franklin.

Daylight saving time will officially end Sunday, Nov. 4 at 2 a.m. Remember to make those clocks “fall back” an hour, and keep in mind that some electronic devices will update their digital clocks automatically.

What will you do with your extra hour? Will you stay up a little later, catch up on some much-needed rest or get this year’s Christmas shopping out of the way early? Feel free to leave your “daylight saving resolution” in the comments below. 

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