It's that time of year again! We're done springing forward, or at least that's what Father Time is insisting.
Yes, at 2 a.m. Sunday morning, it's time to fall back and gain an extra hour of sleep. Believe it or not, eight months have already passed since losing an hour of sleep - something most people don't necessarily love doing. But even with the impending threat of shortened days and colder weather on the horizon, the world is anticipating being able to set back their clocks just 60 measly minutes.
Although the concept of Daylight Savings Time has been a part of most of our entire lives, where did the original idea come from? Just how long ago was it enacted? Come with us down memory lane to explore the reason we may go to bed happier than usual.