While it doesn't seem like anything to lose sleep over, lose sleep you will Sunday morning when daylight-saving time returns to most of the United States.

That hour lost in sleep, though, will be more than made up for by the precious extra 60 minutes of lingering sunlight in the evening sky.If you live in Hawaii, Arizona or some selected counties of Indiana, you might as well ignore this because they don't spring forward or fall back.

Otherwise, trade an hour this weekend for a light-filled summer. You'll get it back Oct. 29.