Hello, all! Searched everywhere for a solution and found nothing. Before Sierra my clock in OS X worked great... I.e. it told me the time and was never wrong. And I am literally just talking about the clock at the top right of the screen, the basic OS X clock. Anyway, whenever I wake my 2015 MacBook Air up from sleep, the clock is wrong. Like right now it is stuck on 1:25 AM. It is 8:42 AM. I wasn't even awake or using my laptop at 1:25 AM. It was plugged in and asleep. It is similar to this, though the time it gets stuck on changes, but it never gets stuck when the computer is awake. Restarting the computer fixes it. Now, I have to restart to fix it because when I hover over the clock on the upper right with my cursor, I get a beachball. But only on the clock portion of the top bar of the screen. I also tried to go to System Preferences and go to the time section, but it crashes and says it can't open it, and just puts me back on the main System Pref screen. Here's the funny thing... When I opened my Air this morning, on the lock screen, the TIME WAS RIGHT! I thought it had somehow fixed itself. Logged in and I am back at 1:25 AM with a clock that doesn't work. Now I am even more confused. Anyone heard of this or have a potential solution? Or is this just Apple's way of trying to make me buy an Apple Watch (JOKING!!! HAHA).