A Day In The Life

I get asked often how I manage to handle my family, full-time job, and my recent blogging growth. I won’t lie, it’s not easy! Some days are harder than others. I decided to track what a typical “day in the life” looks like for me. This past Monday, I tracked how my day looked.

Take a look below at just how crazy my days can be!

5:00AM- Wake up, I like to wake up about an hour before my kids. I use this time to catch up on my social media. I reply to Instagram direct messages and comments, complete Facebook group threads and reply to any comments on my blog. This time is critical to me having less stress as I tend to wake up with quite a few messages to catch up on and I don’t like to sit on them.

6:00AM- This is about the time my kids wake up, my husband and I tag team getting them ready for the day. My husband cooks their breakfast (usually oatmeal) and I get them dressed.

BlaBla Kids Elephant & PJs & Blanket c/o Kyte Baby

6:45AM- My husband and I load the kids in the car to get them on their way! Today our son Kellan, has nursery school. First my husband will drop off our daughter Marley, at her babysitter. Then he and Kellan usually run errands or grab a bagel before he gets dropped off at school.

7:00AM- Workout. I love to begin my day with a workout, this helps clear my mind. Today I chose yoga. I alternate between running, yoga, HIIT workouts, or toning moves.

7:30AM- Hopped in the shower and then sign on to work. I work from home full-time, so I like to get a head start most days.

7:45AM-8:30AM- I use to this time to again get caught up on social media and post my Instagram picture. I plan my posts out in advance so I am able to go to drafts on Instagram and simply click the photo I have prepared and post. I also use this time to edit posts going up this week and reply to emails.

8:30AM- Start working, I have to catch up on work emails from the weekend and make a few calls.

9:00AM- Today we actually had a parent/teacher conference at my sons school. My husband stopped and picked me up so we could head on over to his school.


9:15AM- The meeting was quick! My husband and I head back home, he also works full time from home.

9:30AM-11:15- I use this time to catch up on work emails and also engage in social media. This time is critical because it is when a large portion of my following is online.

11:15AM- I leave to go pick Kellan up from School. His class ends at 11:30AM, from there I have to drive him to his babysitters house. Kellan goes to the same babysitter as Marley so she is waiting for him when we get there!

12:30PM- I get back home, log back into work and catch up on some emails. Grab a quick bite from the kitchen!

Avocado Toast For Lunch

1:30PM- I like to start a few blog drafts of different ideas I have. I find it easier to write about something if I have an idea “jotted” down.

2:30PM- I have a few exciting collaborations coming up this month. I have to shoot a few flat lays for photos. I find that if I wait until the last minute, I get more stressed. If I plan ahead, I can take more time to edit photos and think of captions.

3:00PM- Work meeting via teleconference. I am able to multi-task pretty well, so while I am listening in to my meeting, I am also getting caught up on my social media for the day.

3:30PM- My husband leaves the house to go get the kids. It generally takes him about an hour, I use this time to catch up on work again. I also have to start dinner for everyone! Tonight we are having spaghetti with sauce made on Sunday.

4:30PM-5:00PM- Kids get home, I help my husband get them in the house and get their bags in the house. Occasionally we will stay outside and play for a half hour but today it is raining! Kellan eats a quick dinner because he has soccer practice tonight!

5:00PM- My husband leaves with Kellan to go to soccer. I generally stay home with Marley because she goes to bed before they get back. This also allows me some one on one time with her.


5:15PM-5:45PM- Marley and I play baby dolls, blocks, build towers and have a dance party. She also eats her dinner, we had spaghetti!


5:50PM- Bath time for Marley, books, and then bed. My kids are usually in bed by 6:30PM, especially with the recent time change. Our sleep schedule has been all over the place!


6:00PM-7:00PM- This is my down time. Marley is asleep and I am waiting for the boys to get back home. I will usually eat my dinner, catch up on social media, and clean up the house.

7:00PM- My husband and Kellan return home from soccer and I have already started running his bath. This is a later night for him because of his practice, we do a quick bath time routine and he is in bed by 7:30PM.


7:30PM-9:00PM- This is the time my husband and I use to “catch up” with each other. We are busy with work and the kids most days. It is really important for us to have this time. We love to watch Netflix and just hang out. I also use this time to fine tune any blog or Instagram post I have going up the next day.

9:00PM-9:30PM- I usually head to bed, I go to bed pretty early most days because I am an early riser. Also, with two kids, a full time job, and just life in general, I am T I R E D most days by this time.

So, as you can see, life is crazy busy most days! I will say that life seems to be the craziest for us Monday’s through Wednesday’s. I blame this on my son’s soccer and school schedule. Life tends to slow down to a more manageable pace for the rest of the week.

A day in the life of a full-time work from home mom & blogger

Now, tell me what your days look like! I’d love to know what the “busiest” day of the week is for you? What is the least busy day? Do you make time for yourself each day? This is something I really try to do as I feel it is important for my sanity 🙂



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49 thoughts on “A Day In The Life

  1. I always love these type of posts! Your day looks similar to mine. My husband works from home too! Mondays are our slowest days where we catch up on chores and by the last days of the week we are running like crazy!

      1. Yes it does and it’s not always easy like you said. But at least he gets home unlike some husband’s who travel and are only home on the weekends. Trying to look at the positives 😉

  2. Your day sounds like what mine might some day be! I only have a 6 month old right now and just fresh into blogging so it’s not my job but busy days is also where we’re at! Also I LOVE your son’s name.. it was our top pick but then we had a brunette baby (unexpectedly) and my husband couldn’t imagine that name with a brunette haha! So we chose something else but I will 100% have a baby named Kellan if we have another boy 😉 working out is such an important part of my days as well- me time is so important! I’m also a morning person but with altered sleep recently, I’ve been sleeping in with my son. I’m looking forward to when he sleeps better again and I have the energy to get up an hour or so before him for a quick workout/quiet reading in the morning. Thanks for sharing!

  3. So busy and so much work!! I was thinking about doing a post like this, it’s hard to be a mom and I work two jobs!

  4. Thanks for sharing a glimpse into your day. You definitely stay busy. I wish I had more time to devote to my blog, but I’m also a SAHM (with no babysitter) of a 1 and 2 year old, so they come first.

  5. Wow! Your day, like all of ours, is crazy! I love how you tag team with your husband. That’s the only way to go, honestly. I love that you are an early riser, like myself. I find that those few moments alone before the chaos starts is my sanity maker. Great post!

  6. I love how productive you are! I am a college student and Tuesday and Thursday are always my busy day. I always make sure to schedule in both work for school and for my blog throughout the day and of course some down time because it can get pretty overwhelming!

  7. Thanks for the breakdown on your daily schedule! I always want to get up before my kids in the morning, but my littlest one parties until 11 every night, her sleep schedule is all over the place. When my husband comes home from work, he usually takes the kids out for a walk or bike ride so I have about an hour to work and it’s amazing how much I can get done in an hour alone!

  8. Wow! What a busy mama! Thanks for sharing. I feel a little intimidated by your schedule and I’m not sure I could handle it with such grace as you have. Goals!

  9. I WISH I was this organized! OMG you are legit a super mom, this is pretty cool though to look back and to see how we actually map out our busy day, I may do this. Such an inspo! keep up the good work mama; Momin aint easy! Blessings!

  10. i love this , its really nice idea to share your day with us you have a nice family God bless you <3

  11. I’m an early riser myself, i’m up by 415am, out of the house by 515 and work from 6-430pm (YES a 10 hr. day) then home by 5. That alone is 12 hrs, plus going home to either work on projects, cook, or whatever else the wife has planned. same here I’m usually knocked out around 930-10pm. I do give you a ton of credit though since you have kids as i don’t unfortunately. Loved your article, thanks for sharing.

  12. Im impressed with how disciplined you are! Im no where near this organised. And getting up at 5am and straight into work. No wonder you go to bed early!? Totally impressed!

  13. Mondays are my busiest day. The big two have school, the baby has swim lesson, and I need to grocery shop and get everything ready for the rest of the week before I pick them up at 12:30. But tomorrow is Friday and I’m living for it!

  14. Wow, I’m impressed by your skill to organize so well and staying so productive. That’s a big skill being a mother brings you – right? Impressive! And actually you’re a role model showing others without kids that they can accomplish so much more if they want.

  15. Thanks for taking us into your very private lives! It is sweet to see the binding – esp. with Daddy in the tiniest bed ever :-D. Fo res, even the smallest things seem to be a big deal so my practice is to chill. When we need to be somewhere, we go, but mostly, we like hanging out and spending time at home with each other.

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