Study claims to predict routine for woman's 'perfect day'

Psychologists use science to determine what women want

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ORLANDO, Fla. - 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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