5:45AM - wake up, meet some neighbors to run 5 miles. Watch the sunrise on the way home.
7:15AM - boys wake up, breakfast, empty the dishwasher, shower. Worked on Valentine's Day cards because we had time and our evening time is super packed.
8:40 - take boys to the bus stop, two houses down. Chat with neighbors.
8:45AM to 5:15PM (except lunch break) - work at my desk. Lots of conference calls this day. I just ordered 6 standout mounts to hang on this wall above my desk, photos coming.
30 minute lunch break - picked up library books and takeout sushi for lunch.
5:15PM - start making dinner while Jon picked up the boys. Dinner, homework, few minutes of quality time
6:45 PM taekwondo (that is Nate kicking)
7:45 PM - kids in bed. Check email, Facebook, twitter, Instagram. Eat a Ho Ho and tweet about it.
8 PM - Start tackling the project of updating my photography website while watching Ides of March with Jon. BORING movie so we switched to tivoed episodes of Alcatraz.
9:30PM - decide I can't look at a computer screen for another minute so I put it down and veg.
10 PM - Go to bed. Start reading The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta (that I picked up at the library at lunch). Read until I fall asleep around 11ish.
7:15 AM - normal wake up time.
So what did you notice during this day? Here's what I noticed:
- No commute for me or Jon makes a huge difference in the time we have available.
- Nearly every minute of this day was spent DOING from 5:45-9:30. Unfortunately that is what it takes some weeks to work full time and run your own business and have kids.
- It pretty much takes a schedule to fit in work, kids, husband, exercise, photography, reading, tv, and relaxation.
What about you? Do you want to play along and post your day? And what did you notice?