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WAHM’s Daily Routine

Working from home can be as hard as working in the office. Although you are in control of your working environment, I still think that a daily timeline should be managed wisely and followed, especially if you are a mom. Here’s how my day goes…

5:00 AM
Wake up. Get myself ready before the bathroom gets occupied. I have my two girls and nephew who go to school, all at the same time. We have to leave the house by 6:30 AM.

5:30 AM
By this time, I should be dressed up and made up.

6:00 AM
Time to check my personal emails, and social media.
Check on the kids and remind them to speed up or we won’t reach on time. Yep, I do this every single day, without fail. 

6:20 AM
Load their school stuff in the car.

6:30 AM
Drive them off to school.

By 7:00 AM, I’m normally home unless otherwise, I need to swing by to the bakery to get our freshly baked pandesal.

Up to 8:30 AM, I watch Umagang Kay Ganda, check emails again and notifs, lay down, have my coffee/breakfast etc.

8:30 AM 
I start work.
Turn the TV on and tune in to Magandang Buhay.

12:00 NN
Lunch break for like 15 mins.

12:15 PM
Back to work.

4:30 PM
Finishes duty at work. Leave the house and pick the kids up from school. While at school, I ask them if there are things that we need to buy for school requirements, without fail.

Normally, by 5:30 PM we are all home.
Check on the kids, if there are home works, projects, and the likes. Guide them if and when needed.

7:00 PM
Dinner time.

8:00 PM
Usually, after dinner is my playtime with my baby nephew and bonding time with the kids, then off to bed.

9:00 PM onwards is my usual ME time. Kids should be asleep by 9:00 PM, by hook or by crook, whether they like it or not. This is when I do my blog, respond to personal emails, watch on Netflix, spend time on YouTube etc.

REPEAT. Except for the weekends, where we would normally get up a little later than the usual and go to town.

I’m sure you’ve wondered, why are there no household chores on my timeline? Just lucky to have a housekeeper who does almost everything during weekdays. I turn my housewife button on weekends only or if/when needed.  Besides, the girls are big now and most likely can do things on their own.

How about you, as a WAHM, what is your daily routine?

YOUR DIGITAL MOM NEXT DOOR
A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 42 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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