I have a job in which I often need to
work after hours, so at times, there will be lots of work that needs
to be done before I can leave for home. This needs a work-around.
To work around this in my schedule I'll
extend every shift with 2 1/2 hours in my plans, and plan from there.
I'll need to include my workouts, bulks of time for making and
consuming food, time for study, and time for reading. If I get out of
work on time or before the 2 1/2 hours are up, I'll simply start
earlier on planned tasks, and fill any time left with my studies.
My shifts change every month, so I'll
give a real life example in a future post, but I won't give a fully
detail of every day for you guys – I need that time for my studies.
I did some thinking regarding time
consumption, at it'll look roughly like;
Out of 168 hours:
56 hours are spent sleeping
38 hours are spent at my regular job
21 hours are spent studying
12 hours are spent working out
7 hours are spent commuting
14 hours are spent making and consuming
4 hours are spent cleaning my home, showering;
stuff like that
2 hours are spent on bank/budget and stuff
7 hours are spent reading before going
That leaves 7 hours. They will act as a
buffer. I might need them for work, study, or I will use them for movies or time with friends. I'm also allowing myself «pull» 4 hours out of my sleep schedule
every week. I'll just mention the opposite gender, and not explain in
Now this is a regular week. I do love
traveling. I do love hiking. I do celebrate the holidays with family.
So this is an outline. This timetable is possible 90% of my time.