If the above solution doesn't satisfy you try another one, a Dallas inventor has come up with a 25 hour clock. After reading about the human body’s circadian rhythm, he concluded that human beings operate not on a 24 hour but a 25 hour cycle. So he devised a system that took 2.4 seconds from every minute, leaving 57.6 seconds in every minute and 57.6 minutes in every hour. It conditions the body to move at a quicker pace, Rachofsky explained. People believe they’re getting 25 hours in a day. You won’t feel so tired when you wake up.
Tight now, Swiss and Taiwanese engineers are developing 25 hour and a 12.5 hour Rachofsky clock. In the meantime, the inventor has made a slide rule type conversion strip. By aligning the two strips you can tell what time it is on the regular and the Rachofsky schedule.