We're always waiting on the weekend to live our lives. It's Sunday night, and who of you reading this hasn't already thought about plans for the next weekend, or next day off? Did you know the 40 hour work week wasn't created until 1940? There's gotta be a better way. Something @droark86 and I discuss a lot is how frustrating it is to literally work your life away to hopefully retire and live your life. Sure you've taken vacations a couple times a year if you're lucky, but in reality you've been spending more of your life a slave to your 40 hour + work week. You spend more consecutive waking hours with your coworkers, or staring at a computer screen than you have with your family, children, traveling to places you want to see and having experiences you've always dreamed of, or volunteering with associations to help those less fortunate. Some people love their jobs, and they are so blessed. I love my job, but that doesn't mean I don't daydream about my life being more than waking up, going to work, coming home, having dinner with my husband, watching a couple TV shows, going to bed and starting all over.... I think if you're honest with yourselves, you'd agree that if you could provide for your family and put food on your table without working 40+ hours a week, you'd jump at the opportunity.