You may not have noticed but I can be a little OCD about things. Shocking! 😊 So I sat down today convinced this was going to be a very involved project, when in fact this was as simple as simple projects come! There really isn’t much to this minimalist daily schedule of mine however the chore list goes into a little more detail.
I just recently looked back at my daily schedule video and realized that my schedule now isn’t as different as I initially thought. The only significant difference is the lack of listing each subject by hour. Rather than stress over getting everything finished in a time slot or making sure we start the next subject on time, we finish when we finish. If some need a little more time, I give it. If some don’t need as much, they can just move on.
I’m also including the video because it describes the chores in more detail. Although there have been some small changes to the chore list.
Nothing has changed with the chicken or kitchen chores but they have for the meals. I usually assign one person a day to make all three meals however I find it works out better when we all contribute to each meal. And I’m not sure if I ever explained the afternoon chores but this is just a “quick clean” of the downstairs which only takes them about twenty minutes a day. On Saturday we do a more thorough cleaning.
And that’s it! Not as exciting as I thought it would be, but I hope it helps you with ideas for minimizing your own daily schedule. It’s challenging to schedule in learning because the subject matter is simply endless. If you really want to put a schedule together, keep in mind not every hour needs to be accounted for.
The schedule is simply there to remind you of what more you can accomplish.
Don’t let the focus be on the hours but rather the enjoyment of the day.
I wish you all a very happy day! 😊