It's a sure sign of the changing seasons. This weekend, Sunday morning at 2AM to be exact, marks the end of Daylight Savings Time for 2013. While there is considerable disagreement over the functionality of Daylight Savings Time one thing seems to be clear.

David Prerau, author of a book called "Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time" addressed the issue in "National Geographic".

"I think the first day of daylight saving time is really like the first day of spring for a lot of people," Prerau said. "It's the first time that they have some time after work to make use of the springtime weather. I think if you ask most people if they enjoy having an extra hour of daylight in the evening eight months a year, the response would be pretty positive."

via Daylight Saving Time 2013: When Does It End? And Why?.

If you forget you will be late for everything so make a point of turning those clocks back before you go to bed Saturday night.