Not Enough Time To Enjoy Life, or NETTEL, refers to the rising pool of households headed by two high-income-earning, full-time-working parents with dependent children.
NETTEL（Not Enough Time To Enjoy Life，无暇享受生活，简称“奈特尔”）指夫妻为高收入全职人员、家中又有孩子需要照顾的家庭。
Here are two parents working full-time earning lots of money but struggling to balance the commitments that come with a demanding job and an even more demanding family life. In many families it's a case of got enough money but hasn’t got enough time to enjoy life. These stressed-out Nettel parents are forever scheduling, scheming and diarising about how to execute the next day's events.
And, by some bizarre twist of logic, many of these parents seem to revel in the scheduling frenzy. In a materialistic go-getter world, a couple's ability to juggle and to control life's commercial and familial demands merely confirms their superior "alpha" status.
Do you regularly get together to talk with your family about problems or the day’s events? Or is your idea of family communication nodding to one another as you pass each other on
Women might be on a more even footing at work but at home their careers tend to take a backseat to their husband's job with women most likely to quit when both are working long hou