They say you fall back but spring forward.
But what exactly are you moving towards?
"To more light, more practicing, more softball time," says Jessica Hernandez.
And what gets left behind?
"The indoors, the cold. We don't like to be indoors, we're outdoors kind-of-people. The winter, we're leaving it behind and opening up our windows and doors and here comes softball," says Hernandez.
Bleachers that were empty during the cold months become filled and families start swinging into action.
"We always look forward to spring. More softball, that's what our girls like to do," says Hernandez.
Interestingly enough, just because people are more engaged in outdoor activities during the warmer months, doesn't mean they're driving less. In fact, traveling begins to increase around the spring and so does gas consumption.
"Oh yeah, we're out like every weekend. We'll be gone from the house every weekend. So we're out," explains Hernandez.
"We travel a lot. We play every other weekend," says Newton.
Event though gas prices increase in the warmer months, staying put isn't an option.
"My grandfather had a saying, needs gas, put gas in it," says Newton.
More gas and more traveling also means less television.
The Monday after the time change can guarantee a 10% decrease in viewership and it only goes down from there.
"Once it's cold you want to be inside, cuddled up on the couch, watching TV. During spring, we're just outdoors, everybody has to keep busy," says Hernandez.
The one hour difference has changed many people's every day life and for some, it's a change they wouldn't fall back on.