BRITS SPENDING ‘TWICE AS LONG’ MAKING TEA AS DOING EXERCISE EACH WEEK – (via HCM) A study of 2,080 UK adults by ComRes reveals that Brits spend an average of 40 minutes a day making tea – equating to four hours and 37 minutes a week – compared with an average of just 14 minutes moderate physical activity a day, equating to one hour and 38 minutes a week…
A recent study of over 2,000 adults in the UK found that daily, on average, we spend 40 minutes making tea and 14 doing moderate physical activity. We also spend 1 hour 36 minutes on social media platforms.
28% of adults claim do little or no exercise. This is despite other surveys raking wellness as one of the top three things we care about and over half of us saying that physical activity makes us feel better.
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