Working moms clock 98-hour week, cope with Netflix, wine

Working moms clock 98-hour week, cope with Netflix, wine

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Working moms clock 98-hour week, cope with Netflix, wine

How much do working moms work? All the time.

A new study found working mothers work a 98-hour work week, and they look to wine and Netflix to cope.

The study of 2,000 working mothers with children ages 5 to 12 commissioned by Welch’s found that a mom’s day typically begins at 6:23 a.m. and ends with the completion of her family duties at 8:23 p.m., according to Yahoo news,

14-hour day

Working mothers work an average of two full-time jobs a week. And four out of 10 moms said they feel as if their lives are a never-ending series of tasks. Um, because they are.

Elusive “me time” comes down to 67 minutes a day. And as most moms know, that doesn’t always mean bathroom time.

How do moms make the most of the precious seven hours a week?

Well, Netflix, made the top 20 list of course.

And wine.

And if they’re lucky enough, grandparents and a reliable babysitter.

Also making the list were:

  • Wet wipes.
  • Kids TV.
  • iPad/tablet.
  • The drive-through

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