Housework Accounts for Six Years of a Woman’s Lifetime

by Kathy Jones on  November 27, 2014 at 9:11 PM Women Health News
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Quantifying the amount of housework that women do, a new study has found that the total amount adds up to six years of their lifetime, far more than their male counterparts
 Housework Accounts for Six Years of a Woman’s Lifetime
Housework Accounts for Six Years of a Woman’s Lifetime

According to the study conducted for Sure Women, while 5 years of their lives are spent in cooking, 4 years are taken up in shopping, and 7 years taking care if the kids, the Daily Star reported.

Meanwhile, men spend double the time in socializing, playing video games and exercising.

The research also revealed that overall women were "on the go" for 8 years more than men, and can easily multi-task.

Claudio Bellen, Sure Brand manager said that the findings prove women were more active and they don't realize just how much they were actually doing in their daily activities.

Source: ANI

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