What you happen if a week was actually 8 days instead of 7 days? Would we get more done?
Honestly I think we would get more done at first, but then after realizing that we have an extra 24 hours on our hands, there could be a chance that a lot of us may switch back to our old ways. We could start putting off more things than we have in the past because we think that we have so much more time.
yes it would, get things done in 6 days, 1 day off and 1./2 day work.
one more day means extra 24 hours
by globalserenity 8 years ago
Feel free to try this exercise with me people The idea is that if I post my To-Do list here for wandering eyes to see, maybe I'll get it done and stick by my word to myself? I know it's a long shot but hey...what can it hurt?Feel free to share your own or discuss the concept of breaking...
by beinghappy4ever 8 years ago
Hey guys,Yeah, I'm in. I am going to make 30 more hubs with in a week. My first hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Ways-to-Ma … Online-Now (have to add a few more details though)One day = 5 hubs for me. Lets see how this goes..
by Person of Interest 8 years ago
What one thing do you plan to do this week to help advance your long term goals?Life is an iterative process; the small steps are as necessary and can be as important as the larger ones.One of my goals this week is to get that pesky hub number 40 done.
by Donna Janelle 6 years ago
How many days do you have off work for the Christmas holiday?
by Melvin Augustine 6 years ago
Do March and November have the same days of a week for the respective dates?Any date in March is same day of the week as the corresponding date in November of that year. Yes or No? Please Justify your answer
by Traqqer 7 years ago
You know, in my laziness (in one of my lazy daydreams), I've often thought of what it would be like if we could have a 4-day work week - meaning 3 day weekends. If all the major countries in the world agreed to this schedule, I think it could work out. The economy may slow down a little, but it...
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