Warning: This post is vulnerable and full of humility. Be warned, I am not a perfect housekeeper.
I would like to create a daily schedule. I need to make a daily schedule. When I was a teacher, my entire day was driven to a schedule down to the very minute. Now, as a stay at home mama, I am having the hardest time getting things done. I realized it is because it is so easy to waste my time when I don't have a schedule. I have a to do list. That's for sure.
The problem is, I don't get it done. Sure, I mark a few things off each day, but I also add a few. So this list is never done and my house is never clean.
In effort to better honor my husband and my role, I am striving to do better this year. I am striving to have more of a routine for my day, than just whatever pops up. Basically, I am setting priorities. This is so essential, even if I wasn't a Stay at Home Mom.
Here is a typical day:
7:00 Wake up, feed baby, feed dog, start breakfast
7:15 Devotional time
8:30 Baby Naptime, Mom does computer work
11:30 Baby playtime, mom does daily chores
12:30 Mom and baby lunch
1:00 Baby nap, Mom finish chores
3:00 Mom and Baby playtime together
4:00 Mom start working on dinner, do other household tasks
5:30-6:00 Eat Dinner
7:00 Play as a family
8:00 Bathe baby, read Bible stories, get ready for bed
8:30 Feed baby
8:30-9:00 Baby bedtime
9:00 Couple time
9:45 Bed time
What does your typical day look like?