It's time to "fall back" this weekend. Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 6 at 2 a.m. Yes, it's daylight saving time, not savings, and it begins in the spring and ends in the fall.

Not only should you remember to turn your clocks back one hour Saturday night--if you still have any that don't automatically do it themselves--but it's the ideal time to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

Don't forget, we also gain an hour of sleep. That sounds great, but has its drawbacks too. Don't switch up your routine. Get up and go to bed at your normal times on Sunday, eat properly, exercise, and allow your body clock a few days to catch up. These are a few suggestions from ABC News to maintain normalcy.

Meanwhile, if you don't like this whole time change thing and needed another excuse to move to Arizona or Hawaii, they don't observe the procedure of daylight saving time at all.

It's all a matter of opinion, but what do you think? Should we get rid of daylight saving time and use standard time year-round? Share your thoughts in the comments.