Let me illustrate how my “everyday” schedule works.
|5:30-5:45||Wake up + hygiene|
|6:10-6:30||Spiritual study + prayer|
|6:30-7:00||Personal coding projects/Reading programming books|
|7:00-7:15||Preparing food for work|
|7:15-8:30||Drive to work + listening to audiobooks at 1.5x|
|17:30-18:30||Drive back home + listening to podcasts at 1.5x|
|18:30-22:00||Dinner + family time|
And this is how most of my days actually go.
|6:30-6:45||Wake up + hygiene|
|6:45-7:00||Getting dressed + maybe reading one page from Bible + one short prayer|
|7:00-7:20||Eating + preparing some food for work|
|7:20-8:30||Drive to work + chatting with my wife + listening to the radio|
|17:30-18:30||Drive back home + chatting with my wife + maybe listening to a "Friends" episode and laughing all the way back home|
|18:30-22:30||Dinner + family time + TV + putting the kids to bed|
|22:30-23:00||Wasting time on some game on my phone + 9Gag|
I would have liked that this article would be a “how-to” article, but it’s not.
If I would have more days more like the first category, that would be good, but most of them are like the second category.
The only thing I should definitely change is the phone gaming and 9Gag browsing. Any other suggestions?
How do you guys stick to a schedule? Do you have any routines that seem more efficient than others?
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