However, it is also a reminder that "springing forward" means losing an hour sleep the next day.
Daylight saving time begins this Sunday, March 11. Daylight Savings Time is right around the corner and we should all expect to be a bit more groggy.
Another argument for daylight saving time is that it's standard across the world, only half the world's countries use it, reports Forbes.
Remember the old saw that the time change gave farmers more time in the field? If you're feeling sleepy, short afternoon naps are recommended for a few days after the time change until the body adjusts.
Dr. Alcibiades Rodriguez, assistant professor in the Neurology Department at the New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center-Sleep Center, said finishing dinner an hour earlier than normal will help prime you to expect bed earlier. It was actually a man named William Willett who led a campaign to move clocks forward by 80 minutes between April and October so people could "enjoy the plentiful sunlight".
Daylight saving time was used on and off during World Wars I and II as part of efforts to save fuel.
DST's current schedule in the United States was established by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which extended summer time from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November, shrinking "standard time" to just four months of the year.
Florida state lawmakers on Tuesday sent a bill to the governor that would keep the state in perpetual daylight saving time, but Congress would have to amend federal law before it could take effect.
Arizona, Hawaii, and the territories like Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and American Samoa do not use DST.
"We already have to accommodate the Georgia time change", he said.
Some states want daylight saving to die - while others want it to stick around.