If you feel that there are not enough hours in the day, cheer up, you are just gained an extra hour, at least on Sunday, Oct. 27.

That’s when daylight savings time ends in Mexico (except in the states of Quintana Roo and Sonora, which opted out of the practice), and when you should set your clocks back one hour.

Daylights saving is slated to start up again on April 5, when you will have to spring forward and lose that hour you gain this weekend.

Daylights savings was first imposed in Mexico in 1975 in order to conserve energy expenditures.

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