The average person spends 44 minutes a week thinking about their regrets . . . that’s six minutes a day, or 38 hours a year.
Unless you’re an emotionless robot, you’ve got regrets. Everyone does. And just like you, everyone OBSESSES over them.
According to a new survey, the average person spends 44 minutes a week thinking about their regrets. That’s a little over six minutes a day . . . or over 38 hours a year. Here are the top 10 regrets . . .
#1.) Not having saved more money.
#2.) Not having worked harder at school.
#3.) Not having exercised more.
#4.) Not doing enough traveling or seeing the world.
#5.) Taking up smoking.
#6.) Not keeping in touch with people.
#7.) Not taking better care of your body when you were younger.
#8.) Not appreciating someone before they died.
#9.) Not taking more photographs growing up.
#10.) Getting married too early.
Overall, the average person fixates on two of those regrets. 83% take the blame for their own regrets . . . 17% blame someone else. And two-thirds of people say they’ve learned from their mistakes.