I vote we remove the calender all together.
I only buy calenders to have a sexy girl cover the empty space on the wall.
While we are at it, we can turn our 12 and 24 hour rotary dials into a partitioned dial with a light portion and a dark portion.
The light part would say, 'I'm awake,' and the dark would say, 'I'm sleeping,' and both portions would be adjustable to suit one's lifestyle.
This could easily be adapted into a watch that simply changes color via an LCD display, or some sort of over-complicated shutter system.
I also vote the government issue us free 18 inch ( or larger ) digital picture frames to fill the new free space on the wall with cycling pictures of beautiful women.
On a different note, why not be creative?
A *year* would consist of five months and have nothing to do with orbit. The length of the month would scale in such a fashion that the length of the previous month, multiplied by two, subtract half the original length would give the length in days of the month to follow. This would essentially solve the problem of aging past 30.
The first year would be 403 days if you started with a 31 day month. Reasonable. The following year would have 3043 days, and the year after that you'd be over half way through your life.
This system would also make it much easier to draw time-lines for those idiotic school projects.