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Feeling overwhelmed? Here’s why women do not have the same 24 hours in a day as men


by Roe McDermott
07th Dec 2022
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Women are still doing 65% of domestic work in the home, with men doing only 35%. Add to that demanding (and expensive) beauty upkeep, the mental load of keeping everyone on track and very little uninterrupted leisure time -- it's no wonder we are exhausted with no time for ourselves. Roe McDermott on how patriarchy is still systemically robbing women of their time.

A year ago this month, influencer and Pretty Little Thing creative director Molly-Mae Hague appeared on The Diary Of A CEO podcast, hosted by Dragons’ Den’s Steven Bartlett. Speaking about her career and professional success, Hague commented that “Beyonce? has the same 24 hours in the day that we do and I just think, like, you’re given one life and it’s up to you what you do with it, you can literally go in any direction.” Hague was...

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