Sarah Jessica Parker recently played a frantic working mother struggling to "have it all".
But it seems life is imitating art as women across the country are so busy juggling their work and home lives - they barely have any time to themselves.
It"s no wonder when 75 percent of Brits work 12 hour days - with 31 percent admitting to 30 minutes "me-time" on an average day, a survey revealed.
Their lives are so hectic 63 percent admit recording a TV show - just so they can fast forward the adverts to save time, according to the research carried out by cupcake company Green"s.
The survey also saw a third of women vote for "lying in" as their top activity should they be given more "me" time.
Some 55 percent are always fighting against the clock while 60 percent never get the time for a "to do" list.
A third of women often wake in the middle of the night panicking about what they need to do the next day - reminiscent of a scene in the film where Kate, played by Parker, is unable to sleep as she thinks of her schedule for the morning ahead.
Plus 47 percent rarely have time to themselves.
They are spending considerably more time than men on daily activities such as chores and cooking with 39 percent dedicating more than two hours to household chores, compared to just 15 percent of men.
A fifth of women spend more than two hours running errands, with only 11 percent of men doing the same.
The survey found that 14 percent of men admitted to spending no time at all cooking, compared to a half of women who spend more than two hours in the kitchen.
To cope with a lack of hours women turn to a whole host of time-saving devices with 26 percent buying ready meals; 47 percent rely on a dishwasher or tumble dryer; 55 percent are tempted by any activity that could be fast tracked or sped up to give them more time to do other things.
Brand manager at Green"s Emma Calder said: "It is interesting to see just how busy we are - and how little time we have left in our day after work and life admin.
"It seems that many people would love to bake more but day to day life often gets in the way."