One in ten women would ditch their partner to have more free time

Mail Online | 8/3/2018 | Shirley Donlon For Dailymail.com
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When it comes to spending time with their significant other, or keeping their head on the pillow for an extra couple of hours, American women have revealed that they would rather choose the latter.

One in ten women have revealed that they would be willing to ditch their significant other in order to gain some free time back.

Survey - Time - Half - Sleep - Cent

A survey revealed that, if they had the extra free time, almost half would use it to catch up on sleep, 36 per cent would use their time to read, and 29 per cent would work out with the spare time.

The study was conducted with 2,000 American women as part of research by One Poll on behalf of Garnier Fructis.

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Those surveyed for the study ranged between age 18 years and older.

Researchers looked at their daily routines and schedules, which involved managing work, chaperoning their children and running errands, on top of seeing friends and other life admin tasks.

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The amount of time it takes them to get ready for the day ahead and the amount of time they have for themselves were among the factors considered in the study.

And it seems that American women are so eager to have some 'me time' that they're willing to go to drastic measures.

Women - Lives - Media - Instagram - Facebook

One in three of the women surveyed revealed that their lives are so busy, they would be willing to give up using social media apps including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Similarly, just over 30 per cent said they would stop regularly watching television in order to have some extra time in their daily lives.

Half - Women - Hobby - Time

Half of the women stated that they had given up a hobby as they felt like they didn't have enough time for it anymore.

For that reason, 22 per cent of those surveyed would use their extra time...
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