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Motherhood Is Equivalent To Having Two Full-Time Jobs, Says Research

The study shows “how demanding the role of mom can be,” along with the endless tasks that come with it.


Ask any experienced mother and they’ll all tell you the same thing – motherhood is not for the faint of heart. While bearing and nurturing children can surely be a rewarding journey, no mom will ever tell you that it’s not challenging at all.

In fact, one recent study took a closer look at how much time and effort women give for motherhood and the results just confirm something we’ve always known – mothers are amazing!


In an article published by SmartParenting, we read:

“Researchers observed about 2,000 moms of school-aged kids (aged 5 to 12) in the U.S. and followed them as they shuttled their kids to and from school, extracurricular activities, doctor appointments, and playdates, and more. The goal was to discover hacks, tools, resources, and techniques moms use to keep their family life going, but it also gave people a look into their everyday life.”

The study, sponsored by juice company Welch’s, tells us that most moms in the U.S. generally start their day at 6:23 AM and ends it at 8:31 PM.


Put in proper perspective, we learn that mothers spend about 14 hours per day or up to 98 hours a week doing ‘mommy duties’ which, the researchers pointed out, is similar to having 2 1/2 full time jobs!


Moreover, those 14 hours are just for tasks exclusive to motherhood so the figures can even be different for working moms or for moms running a business.

And how much ‘me time’ do most moms get on a daily basis? Roughly 1 hour, said the research.

In a Yahoo interview Casey Lewis, M.S., R.D. and Health & Nutrition lead at Welch’s, shared:

“The results of the survey highlight just how demanding the role of mom can be and the non-stop barrage of tasks it consists of.

“Anything that can be done to make mom’s life a little bit easier can make all the difference.”


Highly Intelligent People Prefer To Be Alone, Study Says

Are you swinging it alone? Here’s your newest excuse!


Eating alone, living alone, crying alone. These are just a few instances when being alone looked sad to some. Guess what? A recent study just revealed it's normal - at least for some people!

If you actually like eating lunch alone or if you're quite content with being the invisible fifth wheel with your coupled BFFs, then you're probably very smart, says a study published by researchers from the Singapore Management University.


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Disney’s Upcoming Streaming App Will Have Every Film They’ve Ever Released

The streaming service will contain “the entire Disney motion picture library.”

If you've been a fan of Disney movies since your childhood days, then this will undoubtedly excite you. As recent reports tell us, the House of Mouse is going to be launching its own streaming service soon - which will contain all the films ever released under the Disney banner.

Yes, you read that right, folks - that's every movie released by the company and much, much more. Sounds like the perfect way for adults to relive the magic of old classics and to introduce them to the younger generation, right
According to Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, the streaming service will be called Disney Plus.

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16 ’Avengers’ Stars And Their Real-Life Partners

Is your favorite Avenger already taken?

Marvel’s The Avengers, or simply The Avengers, was a 2012 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. This movie was done so well that several sequels have since sprouted up namely Avengers: Age of Ultron, Avengers: Infinity War, and the upcoming Avengers: Endgame.

But what made these films highly-successful and special is the cast. As excited fans are eager to know more about their favorite Avenger, we bring you a list of these characters with their real-life partners.

1. Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man) and his wife, Susan Downey

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