Friday, June 16, 2006


America’s Biggest Challenge: Space

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Space may be the “final frontier” to Captain James T. Kirk but finding it is the biggest challenge to Americans.

Space in the home, that is.

According to a new survey by Scott Tissue, 54 percent claim that their biggest challenge in life is “finding space for all the things they need.”

In addition, 48 percent say it’s a challenge trying to save money on everyday items and 47 percent simply can’t find time to clean up their home.

  • 44 percent admit trying to get more exercise is a challenge.

  • 39 percent say getting the other family members to do their fair share is a real chore.

  • 32 percent say their biggest challenge is keeping dust off their bookshelves.

    Finally, 30 percent have a hard time eating more fruits and vegetables.

    Scott Tissue is trying to help Americans face these challenges with a new contest where people submit practical solutions to www.ScottCommonSense.com and the best idea will win a $50,000 grand prize.

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