A new study found out how long you spend preparing meals during the average year, if you rarely ever go out. Check it out.
- 62 hours making breakfast.
- 94 hours making lunch.
- 213 hours making dinner.
- And eight hours making snacks.
When you add that up, it’s 377 hours. Or 23 days spent making food, assuming you sleep eight hours a night. And that doesn’t even count the time you spend eating.