I would do much better with a 30-hour day. I'm not talking about my circadian rhythm or anything, I just need more time. Of course, I'd expect a longer lifespan to go with that. In Heinlein's Number of the Beast, which has perpendicular time axes as its central conceit, they were speculating about selling extra time to busy people: just flip to a different axis as you can experience as much duration there as you need without a single second going by on your regular axis. Of course, if you keep inserting extra days like that, by the standards of your regular axis you'll grow old and die before your time, which would suck.
Not very coherent but I don't have much time today.
I have this clock in my hallway, but I don't think one extra hour is going to do it. Still, better than nothing.