Hello, Thursday Morning readers! I hope you’ve had a great week.
Is there really ice on the moon? This is old news, but I’m just now noticing it. I know, I don’t watch the news on a regular basis. I tend to notice things in passing. The idea of water on the moon intrigues me, though. Iceskating astronauts? Not only am I inquisitive this morning, but apparently silly, too.
Five hours, not eight? Could that work? According to German entrepreneur, Lasse Rheingans, in a Wall Street Journal article, yes, it does work. But you have to focus. No personal stuff. No checking Facebook. No surfing the web. Just work, finish the job and go home. Sounds good to me. You may want to check it out.
And along a similar line, how many hours of sleep do you really need? There are those who really don’t want to sleep. Are they afraid they’ll miss something? One of my sons was like that. I didn’t sleep the night through for five years.
And, if we deny ourselves sleep, what long-lasting health and mental issues do we suffer because of the deficit?
Scientists have determined that you can’t make up for lost sleep.
I’m not one to stay up all night, except for an occasional insomnia episode. I hate losing rest. I do only manage about six hours a night, though, and wake bright-eyed and ready to go. Hubby could easily sleep nine to ten hours a night. It’s an interesting subject that may need further study and some field testing.
How about you? Do you function better with a regular eight hours? More? Or Less?
Well, it’s back to work for me. No more perusing articles on the internet. With no distractions, I may actually complete all my work in five hours. How about a three-day workweek of five hours per day making the same pay as someone who works forty hours? Sounds good to me!
I’ve just realized I missed my break. Coffee, anyone?