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June 01, 2010

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Amanda Gilbert

Interesting. I'm a mother who works outside the home full-time. I briefly estimated my work week by subtracting 56 hours a week of sleep and and 12 hours a week of leisure time (a generous estimate on both). My work week = 100 hours. Of course, somewhere in there is time to read posts like this, and a dishwasher, and I haven't bothered to make a bed in a long time.

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