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Article in Yes! Magazine: Less Work, More Living

 
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A nice read. Shows some nice numbers too along the lines of less working hours showing less ecological footprint.
http://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/new-livelihoods/less-work-more-living
 
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My husband and I are trying to work less and to change our home business to something which produces less waste.  Generally we each average about 4 hours a day working for money. 
 
If you try to please everybody, your progress is limited by the noisiest fool. And this tiny ad:
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