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My Daily Routine for the Summer~☀️

I have finally gotten out of the prison that is school, at least for the summer, and that means that I have more time to create and give you all content! I have finally developed my summer routine, and I thought I'd share how I manage all the different things I have to do in my schedule.



My alarm goes off at about 8:17 am. (unless I need to wake up earlier) Why such an odd number, you may ask? The answer? Because I feel like it. Instead of 8:15, I get to sleep in 2 minutes later. Instead of 8:20, I wake up 3 minutes earlier. Smart or stupid, I don't know.

I don't usually actually get out of my bed until about 9:00 am. This is usually because I might snooze my alarm (I love sleep 😭) and I also read in the morning!

I've also started going on a bike ride in the morning to help wake me up, get my blood pumping, and get some exercise in since I'm no longer walking around at school. I take a dip in the pool to cool off in this Arizona heat, and get dressed!

I make myself a little breakfast snack which recently has consisted of some form of bread, hard-boiled eggs, and cheese. It's better than eating nothing and better than having a bowl of sugary cereal.

I start working at 10:30 with making jewelry for the next launch I'm planning, and I do this until about 12:00. I might create some content or just post a draft on Instagram.



I take my lunch break at 12:30 to, obviously, have lunch and take a break from work stuff. I read, maybe run an errand, and really just fill that time with personal things I need to get done that day. I start work stuff again at around 2:00 pm.

I either write a blog or post on Patreon at this time and do a little bit of website and footage management. This is my "computer work time" and after I finish that, I work on the project that has been occupying my time. This project is usually a YouTube video in progress and sometimes I might be working on 1, 2, or 3 projects! (like I am doing now haha). I end everything at 6:00 pm because if I work any later than that, I'll be exhausted and overwhelmed. It's just a mess, so I give each project enough time within that time period.



At this point, it's "me" time. I eat dinner and engage in some of my hobbies and relax. If I don't do this, I'll feel overworked, exhausted, and burnt out. I may write, read, watch TV with my parents, and/or play video games (my current fixation is Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom).

I start getting ready for bed around 9:00 pm, and I'm in bed reading or sleeping by 10:00 pm.

Rinse and repeat, and that's my schedule!

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Joshua Mallard
Joshua Mallard
Jun 08, 2023

Why of course you play Zelda. Why wouldn't you. Probably plays several hours a day. Kids, am I right.

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