The bank holiday effect and the 4 day work week

The notion of working less always seems like a progressive idea. We like that kind of progress. To work less and play more without running out of cash is the holy grail for lifestyle gurus all over the planet, although something considered the lifestyle reserved for the super-wealthy. We seem to get a bit stuck in this idea that the only determinant of your freedom is the size of you bank balance and that the rest of β€œnormal” society has to slog away for two days off, of which four collective hours are spent in Tesco and 6 hours are already destroyed thinking about the coming Monday.

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