30 Minutes a Day, Leisure Working Women

November 8, 2011 by jeepers  
Published in Women

Some women feel the need to have more free time.

The women work must divide their time between work and career with duties as a housewife. Not surprisingly, the majority of working women feel almost no time for yourself. Then how much time they have for yourself?

A survey conducted in England found that 75 percent of British women who work 12 hours a day, 31 percent claimed to have only 30 minutes a day of leisure. This conclusion based on a poll conducted by the cookie company, Green’s.

Life is so busy making 63 percent of women recording a television show in order to skip ads. The survey also looked at a third of women say that they should be given time ‘leisure’ more. As many as 55 percent admitted that was always a race against time and 60 percent of them do not have time to do the ‘all work’.

A third of women often wake up feeling panicky thinking about the schedule they will do tomorrow. While 47 percent of women admit rarely have time for themselves.

The poll also found that women spend more time doing household chores like cooking and cleaning house. As many as 39 percent of women spent more than two hours to do housework compared to 15 percent of men.

The survey also found that 14 percent of men claimed never to cook, compared to half of women who spent more than two hours in the kitchen.

To overcome the lack of time to rest them, women often outsmart by: 26 percent buy ready meals, 47 per cent depending on the dish washer or dryer, 55 percent do things quickly so you can perform other activities.
Emma Calder of the Greens said, “It is interesting to see how busy we are and how little time we have left after work and running the day-to-day life,” he said.

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