Do you trust us? Here's your opportunity to show it: Ignore what your calendar's likely telling you and wait till next weekend to move your clock back an hour.

Do you trust us? Here's your opportunity to show it: Ignore what your calendar's likely telling you and wait till next weekend to move your clock back an hour.

The annual autumn end of daylight-saving time comes a week later than usual starting this year thanks to an act of Congress, which determined it will start three weeks earlier (on the second Sunday in March) and end one week later (on the first Sunday in November).

Many calendars, unfortunately, still list the old date for the change. Under that system, most of us would turn back our clocks tonight to be ready for Sunday.

So we ask again: Do you trust us? Go ahead — leave the clocks alone and sleep as though you've got an extra hour on your hands, because you do.

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