In 1967 a Senate subcommittee heard testimony with alarming news: one of the main challenges for future generations would be too much spare time. That's right, by 1985 they predicted that we'd all be working twenty-two hours a week. What would we do with all of our free time? It's kind of funny, but kind of not. When 1985 came and went we had added another ten percent to our work life. We've been struggling with busy ever since.