By Joanne Rosa

Daylight saving time ends this Sunday at two o’clock in the morning. If you’re our people, we know you get the one in the fall and the one in the spring mixed up.

When daylight saving time ends, like it will on Sunday, the clocks go back an hour, which means we gain an hour of time on Sunday. The mornings will become brighter, and the evenings will become darker.

When daylight saving time begins, March 11th 2018, the clocks move up an hour, which means we lose an hour of time. The mornings will become dark again, and the evenings will become brighter.

This applies to everywhere in the USA, except for Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

Most people might want to sleep for that extra hour, but we have a better idea of what our Wendy Watchers can do this Sunday. Check it out!


Sunday is a funday when you have a 25 hour day. Why not mix up a margarita for brunch?! Chef Jordan showed Wendy how to make a simple and tasty Calamansi Margarita last month, and our mouths are still watering.

The Wendy Show might be on daytime TV, but our guests bring their best every time they’re here. Watch these interviews with Eva Longoria, Karrueche Tran, and Fergie!

Can you tell that we’re excited for the 10th season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”? It premieres this Sunday at 8|7c on Bravo. In the mean time, watch Michael Rapport and Norman from the Hot Topics Bureau go head-to-head on who the best Real Housewife is!

We encourage our co-hosts to get their freak on as much as possible, and so does New York Times bestselling author of Heal Your Drained Brain Dr. Mike Dow. These days, we should find any excuse we can to have a little more fun in the bedroom. The gag is, you could potentially be having more fun, and Dr. Dow told us why. After you’re done reading up on the reasons to be more mischievous in bed, take some time to dip it and do it with your current boo thang.

Tell Us: What do you plan to do with your extra hour on Sunday?