“I don’t have time. I have to clean the house.” Sound familiar?
Maybe it’s time you joined the more than ten million American households who have already turned to professional residential cleaning services as a solution to their time-consuming chores.
Relieve yourself from the headache and stress of cleaning your home. Markatos Services Inc. will clean your home from top to bottom, a chore that would take an individual hours or even a day to complete. Spend those “hours” actually living your life, not cleaning.
Find out how other individuals spent their time “NOT” cleaning. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this is how Americans spent their “extra” leisure time in 2009.
--On an average day, nearly everyone age 15 and over (96 percent) engaged in some sort of leisure activity, such as watching TV, socializing, or exercising. Of those who engaged in leisure activities, men spent more time in these activities (5.8 hours) than did women (5.1 hours). (See table 1.) --Watching TV was the leisure activity that occupied the most time (2.8 hours per day), accounting for about half of leisure time, on average, for those age 15 and over. Socializing, such as visit- ing with friends or attending or hosting social events, was the next most common leisure activity, accounting for nearly three- quarters of an hour per day. (See table 1.) --Men were more likely than women to participate in sports, exercise, or recreation on any given day--21 percent compared with 16 percent. On the days that they participated, men also spent more time in these activities than did women, 2.0 hours compared with 1.4 hours. (See table 1.) --On an average day, adults age 75 and over spent 7.8 hours engaged in leisure activities--more than any other age group; 35- to 44-year- olds spent 4.3 hours engaged in leisure and sports activities--less than other age groups. (See table 11.) --Time spent reading for personal interest and playing games or using a computer for leisure varied greatly by age. Individuals age 75 and over averaged 1.0 hour of reading per weekend day and 26 minutes playing games or using a computer for leisure. Conversely, individuals ages 15 to 19 read for an average of 5 minutes per weekend day while spending 1.0 hour playing games or using a computer for leisure. (See table 11.) --Employed adults living in households with no children under 18 engaged in leisure activities for 4.5 hours per day, an hour more than employed adults living with a child under age 6. (See table 8.)
Create more time for “you”. It’s healthy!