My normal daily schedule can best be described as “Vampire Life.” Ok, that’s probably a severe exaggeration. Basically, I wake up between 8 and 10 a.m., function through my day, get the kids in bed between 8 and 10 p.m., and then spend the next 2-4 hours (give or take) working. Those are the hours that I blog, do web design, play words with friends, stare at Facebook, crochet a scarf for my Little Man, create my school plan for the next day/week, surf Pinterest to see how I am failing at being SuperMom, catch up on all of the TV shows I am binge watching, and read whatever ridiculously wonderful young adult novel I am obsessing over. This schedule can be tiring especially on nights that one or more little one doesn’t sleep or comes to get in bed with me or on days that I stupidly signed us up for a homeschool activity that starts at 9 a.m. which means we have to be up at 7 and out the door at 8 a.m.
BUT! For some reason, this schedule has worked for me. The last 3 years that I’ve been homeschooling, and honestly even before that this has been my normal schedule.