Before you go to bed tonight, make sure to set your clocks ahead an hour - or stay up late and switch them "live" if you're so inclined.
This week Florida lawmakers passed a bill, appropriately called "The Sunshine Protection Act", to keep daylight saving time going all year long.
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March and reverts to Standard Time on the first Sunday in November.
And if you feel a bit off after changing the clocks - it's not your imagination.
So, why don't we just scrap the whole thing?
But adopting year-round daylight time would mean some downsides for Florida too.
In a statement, the government said "we have heard from many people on both sides of the issue".
He says that's what explains the uptick in traffic accidents the Monday after we spring forward.
The Firefighters Association of the State of NY, or "FASNY", is reminding residents that this week's return to Daylight Saving Time is a flawless time to check devices that could save their families' lives.
The process of moving the clocks forward in the spring and back in the fall is meant to make the most out of evening daylight hours, but those not getting enough sleep will get even less this weekend and some sleep experts say this can have consequences.
The law grants states the ability to opt out of DST, but nothing in the federal law allows them to exempt themselves from standard time.
There have been numerous petitions and campaigns to end daylight-saving time or to extend it year-round.
Lawmakers in the New England states previous year considered jointly adopting year-round daylight time but critics said putting Boston and New York City in different time zones would play havoc with financial markets. Change the batteries on your smoke detectors.