| GEO Health|
| Most British women bored with their lives|
| Updated at: 1756 PST, Wednesday, June 16, 2010|
LONDON: Their dissatisfaction was blamed on getting stuck in a routine and having no social life along with constant pressures at work.
Performing household chores on top of their jobs was also key to making women unhappy as well not having enough holidays.
Meanwhile some women said they were bored with never changing the way they look.
Elaine Smith, marketing manager for Florette Fruit, which surveyed 3,000 women said: "Women today are so busy trying to have it all - the job, the family, the social life - that somehow we've ended up with nothing.
"It is no surprise two thirds of British women are bored with their lives and half are sick of doing the same thing day in and day out.
"Women have lost the get-up-and-go to shake up their lives and try something different."
The survey found that almost seven out of ten females are bored of being short of money.
Nearly half said they were 'sick and tired' of their monotonous day to day life, while 46 per cent blamed their disappointing social life.
Four in ten said they hated their job while another four out of ten said they would be happier with life if they could take more holidays.
However, nine out of ten thought life would be improved with a little spontaneity.
Over a third of women liked the idea of packing their bags and emigrating to another country, while 31 per cent fantasised about telling people what they really thought of them.
It also emerged a quarter of women would like to walk into work and hand in their notice and the same percentage wished they could radically change their hairstyle.
Nearly half of women say a move away from their current house and town would make a massive difference, and 45 per cent reckon a change of appearance - such as hair, make up or wardrobe - would do them the world of good.
But 34 per cent of women don't have the confidence to make the necessary changes to their life to make them happy, while 29 per cent claim not to have the time.
London-based life coach Becki Houlston said: "Women across Britain have taken the first step by admitting they are bored of the monotony of their lives, but now need to address the 'buts' which get in the way of them grasping opportunities.
"Grabbing those spontaneous moments only takes place when we remove the barrier between what we want to do and actually taking action.
"A huge part of that interference is a 'but', whether it's 'I wish I could say yes to that invite, but I don't have the energy' or 'I wish I could relax but I need to get this done.'
"Buts' limit the exploration of possibilities by the brain and, along with the energy boost of eating fresh fruit, it's these possibilities that open the door for spontaneous actions - and the motivation for life which follows."
TOP 10 'BORES' 1. Routine 2. Lack of social life 3. Job 4. Lack of holidays 5. Housework 6. Appearance 7. Depressing news 8. Eating the same things all the time 9. The house 10. Responsibilities
TOP 10 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY COULD DO 1. Go to an airport and get the next available flight to anywhere 2. Emigrate 3. Tell people what they really think of them 4. Hand in their notice without another job to go to 5. Have a dramatic hair cut 6. Put the house up for sale and buy a new one 7. Try something new in the bedroom 8. Go back to school 9. Book in for a boob job 10. Sing in public