I am a voracious reader, e-book author, devoted coffee-drinker, avid thinker and a fashion lover who has a huge collection of bags. Music is my passion and you can find me writing most of the time. I am extremely friendly, helpful and a happy person.
When it comes to blogging, there are no two schedules that are identical.
Everyone seems to have long to-do lists, a million different things to do. Blogging has been a life changing experience for me and it has given me a lot of flexibility in regards to my schedule. While I think the world might be a better place if I didn’t have to work, I am not working full time these days just isn’t reality.
The fact is: I work plenty and sometimes my work doesn’t allow me to leave my house for several days at a time. While I admit that everyone dreams of the freedom that their blog can give them, I know a lot of people having more freedom than I have.
Here is the reality of what my typical day is like:
7:00am – Alarm goes off. I debate whether or not to go back to sleep.
7:15am – I begin my day by checking emails in bed. I don’t actually respond to these emails just yet, but I like see what has happened overnight and what is on the books for the day and the notifications on Twitter/Instagram.
7:45am – It’s that time. I drag myself out of bed, I wash and fresh up and have my milk and read newspapers.
8:15am – I walk into the kitchen to prepare breakfast for parents and me and clean the kitchen and do the laundry.
9am – Breakfast and laundry is done.
9.30am to 12pm – I come online, read blogs, reply emails, write blogs and chat with friends and people around on social media.
12pm to 2pm– I help mom to make lunch and take a break. I have to do something to force myself to stop working. It’s not so much that I love my job as that the work never seems to end.
2:30pm to 4pm – sometimes I nap or else I come back online to write.
4pm to 5pm – If I had a nap, I wake up, fresh up and work on my 3 upcoming books. I have my evening coffee.
5pm to 6pm – I exercise. I go for a walk or jog.
6pm to 6:30pm – Take some rest at home, have lime juice and change to fresh up.
7:45pm – I make dinner with Mom and setup the table.
8:30pm -10:30pm- Watch TV, eat dinner and blog. If my workload is light, I’ll play around online, the twitter chats
10:30pm– Plan my to-do list for the next day. I always feel more productive when I have a list.
11-11:30pm – Read for some time and Lights out! Because it starts all over tomorrow.
PS: Well, this is how my typical day goes if I don’t have any work outside – like bank, movies, shopping, catching up with friends and family on social dos.
“I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6″
I write a lot, which keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. There is always something to write about, always a new story to craft. Not writing, for me, is like trying to hold back a sneeze. Learning to write was the most powerful influence in my life. I can still remember the awe I felt when I realized I could put real words onto paper and tell out a story. From that first ‘a-ha’ moment I knew I wanted to write.
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