If we're spending half our time at work slacking off and a third of it daydreaming . . . there really isn't much time left for actual work, is there?
According to a new study, people spend an average of 37% of their time at work with their mind wandering.
The times when we're most likely to be daydreaming are Friday afternoons, Monday mornings, and Tuesday mornings. The times when we concentrate the best are Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings.
The study also found people who are stressed spend more time daydreaming at work than people who are calm.