Just because a day in the life of a work-at-home-schooling mom is so riveting, I decided to log my life on Thursday, March 1. Every hour, on the hour.
7:00 am Asleep
8:00 am Drinking coffee; reading the Bible
9:00 am Sending a business e-mail
10:00 am Conference call
11:00 am Reading “Little Women” aloud to the kids
12:00 pm Making GNOWFGLINS sourdough artisan bread
1:00 pm Eating yougurt; talking with my son about his current writing project
2:00 pm Heading out the door to Tang Soo Do class
3:00 pm Finishing up Tang Soo Do
4:00 pm Reviewing some business documents
5:00 pm Packing up some oil samples for a friend who has been sick
6:00 pm Working on my vision book
7:00 pm Putting away laundry
8:00 pm Setting the table for dinner. It’s late. I know.
9:00 pm Reading (a reference book on using essential oils)
10:00 pm Working with my son on his writing project. Discussing and editing. Yes, it’s late. I know. He tends to be more productive at night and I’m trying not to impose my own issues on him.
11:00 pm Amazon.com. Looking at books.
12:00 am Reading (a book on leadership & development)