I was taught about keeping a Day Book when I first worked in an office over 30 years ago. It's basically a record of everything you do each day. To avoid five weeks of watching Netflix in our pyjamas, DD and I both have Day Books. The idea is that you don't just tick the boxes, rather you write a record of what you did.
As I said yesterday, DD will have assignments from school and I have assignments to set and receive but we also need a loose schedule to keep us on the
After that morning routine, 8 - 12 am will be work time - for both of us. Lunch at noon and if allowed, a walk to the park. If we're not allowed to go to the park we'll have lunch on the balcony. Thank God for the balcony!
Supper at 6, games, screen time, reading and whatever from 7 - 10 and then bed.
Somehow I seem to have missed out the hours where I write my novel and learn French but maybe it comes under 'whatever'. Whatever.
Update: it's 2 minutes to midnight and DD has just informed me that we're getting up at 8 not 7. *sighs* I think we'll play it by ear from week to week.