Study claims to predict routine for woman's 'perfect day'
Psychologists use science to determine what women want
Psychologists at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Bremen believe they have discovered what women want in a "perfect day."
Researchers asked 900 women about their daily routines and how they feel during that routine. The psychologists then analyzed the answers to create a woman's "perfect day."
According to researchers, most women put a priority on getting eight hours of sleep; but while awake, women would spend most of their time -- 106 minutes -- on romance with their partners.
A "perfect day" would also include only 36 minutes at work, according to the study published in the Journal of Economic Psychology.
Researchers further broke down a woman's "perfect day" as follows:
- Computer (email & internet): 98 minutes
- Socializing with friends: 82 minutes
- Relaxing: 78 minutes
- Eating: 75 minutes
- Exercise: 68 minutes
- On the phone: 57 minutes
- Shopping: 56 minutes
- Preparing food: 50 minutes
- Commuting: 33 minutes
So -- what do you think? Would you change anything about this scientifically-created "perfect day"? Let us know by leaving a comment below, or by joining the conversation on the Local 6 Facebook page!
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