Tuesday - Thursday Schedule:
8-9 am wake up and start my day, breakfast, coffee, etc
9-10 am check my emails for my blog and my amazon reviews, respond
10-Noon Work in my office doing paperwork, invoicing etc.
Noon-1 pm lunch for me and little man
1-3 pm Work on my blog, write posts, do reviews, whatever needs done
3-5 pm Research (sponsored posts, pitches, etc for blog)
5-8 pm Family time, dinner, watch TV, just spend time with my family
8pm until..... This is my time, make videos, do more reviews, take photos if needed, research coupon databases for great coupon deals.... whatever my heart desires.
Monday - therapy appointments and shopping (pretty much takes up a whole day)
Friday - Go out collecting from customers and shopping (pretty much takes up a whole day)
Now this is just a guideline, with a young child and owning my own business, things ALWAYS come up unexpectedly, don't fret. If you try to stay as true to your schedule as you can, you will be amazed at how much you can really do. Lately I have not been sticking to my schedule very well, just too much going on right now (I will do a separate post about that at a later date). But I still try to do some of everything on my schedule, at least once a day, so even if I don't adhere strictly to my schedule, I still get some of it done, and I think I am doing pretty good considering how much I have to do!!!
As busy moms, you will have times that you can do more, like once your kids start school, mine is being evaluated to start pre-k next week, so that may help me stick more to my schedule. But times like vacations, holidays, birthdays, summer and spring breaks, you will not have time to do all that you want to do, don't worry, just do what you can and the rest will still be there tomorrow!
I hope this helps you accomplish more of what you need or want to do. Just remember, as a mom, you have got to take time for yourself, if you don't have that, you won't be a happy person, AND NOBODY LIKES AN UNHAPPY MOMMY!!!!!
So make yourself a timeline or schedule and see how much you can really do, but don't forget to include some Mommy-time!