The 4 day work week

In 1908, the first five-day workweek in the United States was instituted by a New England cotton mill so that Jewish workers would not have to work on the Sabbath from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. A 5 day work week is, like most things nowadays, arbitrary. In the spirit of questioning assumptions, I'd like to eventually structure my life around a 4 day work week. Here's why: Multiple experiments…