We Do an Average of 53 Hours of Manual Labor on Our Homes Every Month
Hey, maybe our generation ISN'T as soft and pampered as everyone constantly tells us we are.
According to a new survey, the average person spends 53 hours a month doing MANUAL LABOR on their home. Here's how that breaks down:
- Six hours on mowing the lawn.
- Five hours of laundry.
- Four hours each on all of these: Pulling weeds, gardening, watering the lawn . . . outdoor cleaning, random yard tasks, cleaning the bathroom, cleaning the bedroom, washing dishes, and vacuuming.
- And three hours each on edging the lawn and laying mulch.
That breaks down to 32 hours of working outside and 21 hours of working inside.
The survey also found the chores we hate doing the most are pulling weeds, cleaning the bathroom, and edging the lawn.
Read more at the New York Post.