So, let's pretend that I don't have a full-time job and I don't attend school part-time. We'll just pretend I'm some slacker who has nothing better to do than sit around all day. What would I do?
I think my days would start around 9-ish. I'd eat breakfast and chill with the dog. There'd be reading. Lots of reading. And TV/movie time. And video games (even though I'm terrible at them). And time on the computer, of course. I'd have more time to cook and bake. And with all that free time, I might actually exercise now and then. And, if I could motivate myself to go anywhere alone, I could go take pictures whenever I wanted. Nothing would be rushed, and things would get done when I was ready to do them.
Now, back to reality. My day starts at 7:30 when I let the dog out and get my computer all ready to go. Breakfast normally occurs sometime between 8 and 9, and is eaten while I work. I usually have some kind of frozen food or leftovers for lunch around noon and then take my official lunch break at one (during which I typically play video games or do chores). I work until just after four and then I usually take a post-work nap to revive myself. After that, it's a combination of finding/fixing/eating dinner, watching TV with Hubby, doing homework, keeping up with FB or Skype, and a few video games here and there. By 11, I'm usually brushing my teeth (if not already in bed), and then (if I'm awake enough) I have time to read a bit before I go to sleep.
Weekends are only slightly different. Instead of work, I do homework all day (alternating with naps, puppy cuddles, and computer time). But the same general stuff applies.
I'm not really complaining. I like working from home (even if I'm not crazy about my job), and 7:30 isn't nearly as early as most people probably get up for work. I do get time to do some fun stuff in between, but weekends are mostly blown because on weeknights, all I want to do after work is relax, so homework gets piled up for Sat and Sun. It's not bad, but I do look forward to the day when it's only work and not work + school to worry about. Too bad it'll be another 4 years...
This blog post really didn't turn out the way I thought it would. Not going to bother posting on FB. Whoever reads it, reads it. No one will be lost or missing out if they skip it.