Ok. I'm trying to make my schedule synchronize with as many people as possible, and I'm starting to realize that the main problem is my online people and my offline people are completely uncoordinated. As much time as I spend at this computer you'd think I didn't have an offline life, but I do.
So. Here is what my tentative schedule is looking like starting on Monday because that's when my son heads back to school and some sense of normalcy takes over the household again. ::eyes the Christmas tree that needs taking down:: I'm not putting the gaming in here, because when I do, it starts to become a madhouse. We all know I sneak it in anyways.
From 6am til around 8am I'm awake but I'm cleaning house and getting my boy ready for school. Anything I do during those two hours will be start and stop as I get my five year old out the door.
8am - noon Here is where I will be working on stuff for the site, reading for my classes, possibly editing work for my dad.
noon- 3pm housework, random errands, lunch for the baby, starting up dinner for when my son gets home. I can squeeze in minor work depending on what it is.
3pm - 6pm helping my son with his homework, chasing both kids around the house, and somewhere in there is an hour of writing time for me. I cannot write before noon, nothing good ever comes of it.
6pm - 8pm Gotta have time to do my writing assignments and research. I will also likely be roleplaying, because I am weak.
8pm - 11pm. Writing, goofing off. Exercise time on Tues. Thurs. and one other random weekday.
11pm - til? I will likely be goofing off or catching up on things that I fell behind on during the day.
Ok. I know that probably doesn't seem like a lot, but it's more than enough when you've got kids and a husband who will constantly demand attention over the course of the day. If anyone needs me to be doing something at a particular time, hit me up, let me know. I've got offline people that do at least check this journal from time to time, even if they don't do the whole web blog thing. You know who you are.