Study shows children impact leisure time
Ninety-five percent of American adults partake in leisure activities everyday. But a new report show that if you add in a toddler, that leisure time decreases.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says adults with kids under the age of six have 65 less minutes for leisure time than those with no children.
The most popular way to relax, watching tv.
The report is based off of a time survey taken last year, and also looks at how much time Americans spend working, cleaning, and caring for children.
The full report can be read here.