The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in economy
Stashed in: Basic Income
The NEF argues to achieve more satisfying lives we need to challenge social norms and reset the industrial clock in our heads. It sees the 21-hour week as integral to this for two reasons: it will redistribute paid work, offering the hope of a more equal society (right now too many are overworked, or underemployed). At the same time, it would give us all time for the things we value but rarely have time to do well such as care for our family, travel, read or continue learning (as opposed to merely consuming).
Besides, it may be the only way a modern global society won’t overwhelm the earth’s resources
Good point. I gotta stop working 21 hour DAYS. ;)