Chores, groceries and clutter
Those are some of the biggest issues for Canadians struggling to find more time in their day.
A new survey from Simplii Financial finds 87 per cent of respondents want life to be more simple.
Almost half, 47 per cent, point to housework, whether it be laundry, chores and repairs as being the biggest drain on their time, money and energy.
Two-thirds of respondents admit to spending an hour or more on routine household activities.
Grocery shopping and clutter tied for the second-most time-waster at 40 per cent.
The survey also finds young Canadians are the ones who are using digital tools to help make life easier.
In the past 12 months, the vast majority of young Canadians surveyed have opted for a digital option to tackle everything from grocery shopping, to getting customer service or advice, to pre-ordering a coffee.
Unfortunately, there’s still no APP yet that will help fluff and fold.