So, with all of that said, let's get onto with my day at home all by myself. Actually, I am not truly all myself, I have my dog Tucker to keep me company. I wish that he was more of a lazy dog who loves to sleep, but he's not. He likes to play, be super active and eat even if it means licking my floors clean. I try to take him on two walks during the day. In the winter, they are short walks, but I hope to have nice and long ones in the forest during the summer.
When my husband and child are at school I follow a routine for my day. It goes something like this:
Have breakfast and take the dog out 10-11am
Crochet for A Year To Inspire with lunch 11am-1:40pm
Put the dog away and get ready for work 1:40-2pm
Work some more 2pm-4pm
Get dinner ready and clean 4-5:30pm
My only true free time and flexibility comes between the 11am-1:40pm time slot, but if I have A Year To Inspire to work on that's what I need to get done first. This schedule has been very good, but it also has taken away a lot of my creative time to do or knit as I please. The plus side is that I have to stay focused and know what I need to work on for that day. I'm sure that once I get used this routine I will find more freedom in that.
Hello Annetta! Happy to meet you and your beautiful blog! I work at home as well, and my schedule of work involves time at the computer off and on all day long, and I too enjoy taking long walks! I walk 5 miles with my dogs each morning, and sometimes another 2 miles in the afternoon if time (and weather) allows! I am thrilled to meet you, and see your beautiful pictures. Blessings and hugs from Idaho :)ReplyDelete