This Sunday marks the beginning of "Daylight Saving Time." Don't forget to set your clock forward one hour Saturday before you go to bed.

A biannual pain in the neck, Daylight Saving Time will see us all "losing" an hour of sleep as we try to get more daylight out of the day.

While most of us enjoy sunshine, Daylight Saving is just a pure hassle. Especially when you consider not everyone plays along. Arizona and Hawaii don't set their clocks forward or back twice a year like the rest of us.

This year could be the last year for Daylight Saving Time if some Florida lawmakers have their way. There is a push to simply, and finally, do away with it.

Some of the benefits they claim will come from doing away with Daylight Saving are less car crashes, less robberies, less childhood obesity, and less energy usage.

You don't need to come up with fancy reasons to convince me to do away with Daylight Saving Time. I'm already all for it.

Despite the push for change, you will still need to set your clocks this weekend. Hopefully this will be the last time.