You could put a few blankets over it and just leave it a few more days and rack it on the weekend. Letting it sit in primary up to a month won't hurt it. I usually go about 2 weeks anymore.
Congrats on your first brew. The hardest skill to learn in homebrewing is patience. You'll thank yourself later for not rushing your brews out of primary/secondary.
Primary: Zombie Dust clone
Brewing Next: Jamil's Evil Twin, SN Celebration Ale clone, Russian Imperial Stout w/ bourbon soaked oak chips
Kegged: Zombie Dust clone, Centennial IPA