Do you find it really hard to pick something to watch on Netflix? Like, there are SO many choices, but you just keep scrolling and saying things like, “Do I REALLY want to commit to start watching ‘Jessica Jones’ right now?”
According to a new study, we spend an average of 18 minutes trying to figure out what to watch on Netflix or other streaming services. We’re actually faster when we are looking for something to watch on old-fashioned TV . . . that takes us nine minutes.
BUT . . . when you add it all up, the average person spends 15 months of their LIFE trying to decide what to watch.
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A new study says more than half of us say we’d HAPPILY leave our job if a better one came up. And 44% are actually looking for that better job right now.
But we’re not going to focus on them . . . we’re going to focus on the people who WOULDN’T leave their job right now. What’s keeping them so loyal?
The survey found the five things a company can do to keep their employees from looking to leave. Check ’em out . . .
- Paying them more than they could get somewhere else.
- Providing above average benefits.
- A fun work environment.
- A flexible work environment.
- Fitting in with their values.
Father’s Day is on Sunday, so here are five stats about Father’s Day gifts.
1. 67% of people buy a Father’s Day gift for somebody in their life. And after fathers and husbands, the most common people we buy Father’s Day gifts for are brothers . . . sons . . . grandfathers . . . stepfathers . . . and uncles.
2. 59% of us usually buy a present for our dad. And we spend $72 on average on him.
3. 76% of married women buy their husband something for Father’s Day, and spend an average of $77.
4. 49% say it’s important to give their dad something thoughtful or sentimental, while 32% would like to make their dad’s life easier by finding him a practical gift.
5. And the ten most common Father’s Day gifts are special outings like dinner at a restaurant or a round of golf . . . clothes . . . gift cards . . . electronics . . . books and music . . . grooming products . . . sporting goods . . . home improvement supplies or tools . . . and car accessories.
Margaritas Are Now the Most Popular Drink in America
According to a new survey, the most popular cocktail in America is now . . . the MARGARITA.
It’s true. Here are the five most popular cocktails in the country . . .
- Margarita . . . 60% of people have ordered one at a bar or restaurant in the past three months.
- Daiquiri, 44%.
- Pina colada, 36%.
- Long Island iced tea, 33%.
- Mojito, 29%.
The survey also found that one out of four Americans have ordered a cocktail at a bar or restaurant in the past few months, and paid an average of $8.72 for one.
Whats in your closet?
Most women own a ton of clothes. But that doesn’t mean they actually wear them.
A new survey found the average woman has 103 things in her closet. BUT . . .
- She thinks 33% are too tight.
- 24% are too loose.
- She just flat out HATES 21% of them.
- And 12% are brand new with the tags still on.
- That only leaves 10% that she actually likes and wears . . . about 10 or 11 things. Out of A HUNDRED AND THREE things.
But that’s not all. The survey also found 47% of women say they struggle picking out what to wear to work, and 10% feel DEPRESSED when they open their closet.
(The survey didn’t look into men’s closets.)