While such a schedule might indeed be healthier, and questionably better for economic productivity, blog correspondent Sasha Vartelskaya, who brought this story to FWIW’s attention, exclaims: “Kakoi-to ujas! [Horrific!] Soon there might not be anything pleasant left in the world…”

 

Screen Shot 2014-02-18 at 4.44.07 PMSpain, Land of Siestas and 10 PM Dinners, Asks if It’s Time to Reset the Clock — NY Times

A pro-efficiency movement is pushing Spain, with its long siestas and late nights, to reset its clock to align the country with the rest of Europe’s 9-to-5 schedule and become more productive. 

 

 

 

 



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