How A Daily Routine Schedule Boosts My Productivity

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Nothing fancy, straight to the point! 🙂

Here´s what my current daily schedule typically looks like:

*Curtains fold*

5.30 am – The alarm clock tugs at my feet and pull it towards her. As every other day, I plead with her –

´Mommy will be up in exactly 5 mins. Run along and go brush your teeth till I jump out of the bed.´

5.35 am – Good morning cuddles and kisses time! Also, the time to expertly manage the morning rush. Switches on geyser.

5.40 am – Morning Chai time while skimming through the school activities of the day.

Homework – Check
Dictation – Check. Needs another round of preparation
Project – Check
Miscellaneous (Bagpack etc) – Check

6.00 am – Time to whip up some breakfast and lunch while the kid is having her bath.

6.30 am – Breakfast time

7.30 am – Drops kid to school

8.00 am – Gym

9.00 am – Work-Work -Work-Work-Work (Yes! At times, literally soaking in Rihanna´s tune playing in the background as an energizer alongside some pipin´hot coffee)

(Breaks of all kinds in between. Go figure!)

12.00 pm – Lunch

12.30 pm – Work-Work -Work-Work-Work (Yes! At times, literally soaking in Rihanna´s tune playing in the background as an energizer alongside some pipin´hot coffee)

(Breaks of all kinds in between. Go figure!)

3.30 pm – Prepare snack for daughter.

3.45 pm – Kiddo´s back from her school.

4.15 pm – Time to take her to sports class.

5.00 pm – We´re back. Break time for the kid and back to work for me.

6.00 pm – Dons the cap of school tutor : Revision, New chapters, Homework etc.

7.00 pm – Dons the cap of Bawarchi No.1: Preparing Dinner

8.00 pm – Dinner and Leisure time with family

9.00 pm – Reads a story, prayer and puts daughter to sleep.

9.30 pm – Leisure time with *Husband* and some *Me Time*

11.00 pm – Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

*Curtains unfold*

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Tina Sequeira
Tina Sequeira is a marketer and moonlighting writer. She is passionate about tech, creativity, and social justice—dabbling in and writing about the same.