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Navigator: Everything We Love to Hate About Daylight Savings

A "clocks repaired" sign sits in the Sutton Clock Shop in the Upper East Side neighborhood of New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007. On Sunday, March 13, clocks spring forward one hour to daylight savings time.

A "clocks repaired" sign sits in the Sutton Clock Shop in the Upper East Side neighborhood of New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007. On Sunday, March 13, clocks spring forward one hour to daylight savings time.

Photographer: ANDREW HARRER

Welcome to today's edition of Navigator, CityLab's Saturday newsletter.

When Americans wake up on Sunday, everyone outside Arizona, Hawaii and some U.S. territories will have lost an hour of their day. Most will grumble, yet again, about the lost sleep and the disruption to the body’s circadian rhythm — or about the fact even after years of grumbling, we’re still changing our clocks twice a year.