5:00am – Wake up, pray, breakfast, pack lunches listen to music or a lecture
6:00am – Wake up the little one which is always a battle “just 5 more minutes mom”
7:00am – Drop daughter off to morning care
7:30am – Get to school and unwind a little before we start the day
8:00am – Lecture
12:00pm – Lunch (often study during this time)
1:00pm – Lecture
4:00pm – Stay after school to study
6:00pm – Pick up my daughter from aftercare
6:00pm-8:00pm – Go back to the Alvin Sherman Library to do homework/study OR go home and have dinner/study.
8:00pm – Get home, shower and get ready to do it all over again the next day.
This varies depending on the day. If my daughter is with her father, then I’ll get in a lot more study time. On Saturdays, I use to take her to a preschool that would watch her from 8am-6pm for $35. This school is awesome, they accept kids up to the age of 13 providing 3 meals plus 2 snacks. That school was amazing for me and I’ve had to use them a lot. She didn’t want to go, but I had to do what I had to do. On those days she was extra fussy about it, I would bribe her. (LOL) Promising to do something she wanted to do to make up for the lost time.