This Valentine's Day, moms are trading in the usual presents and looking for the gift of "me time" instead.
A poll of 1,000 moms uncovered what respondents are looking for in order to feel loved and special this Valentine's Day.
Results found over half (55%) of moms surveyed admit they've spent far too much time with their partner and are looking for a little bit of a break and time for themselves. Therefore, it's no surprise that the gift of "me-time" tops the charts of what moms want this Feb. 14.
The study, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Zulily, aimed to discover what moms really want after a chaotic and stressful 2020 - and revealed they're seeing hearts in new moments at home with their significant other.
Nearly three in four moms surveyed said it's just as important to spend time apart in a relationship as it is to spend time together, with the average respondent saying she needs at least 13 hours of "me time" a week.
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