Everyone always wants to know, “what’s your daily routine as a blogger?”. I don’t blame them because it can be a bit confusing when you see your favorite blogger’s snapchat and they’re out and about all day. It often looks like there’s no work involved when in reality we probably work more than your average 9-5 desk job worker… seriously!
8 am. I usually wake up quite early. I like to get the day going and I naturally have trouble sleeping past 8 am, even on weekends. I have breakfast, typically Greek yogurt and some fruit. Occasionally I’ll eat cereal or oatmeal, or an açai bowl (a favorite).
9 am. Once I’ve got my workout clothes on and I’m in the mood to break a sweat, I head to either a pilates, boxing, or other boutique workout class. I always switch it up. I tried Flywheel for the first time the other day– loved it!
10:30 am. Snack, shower, and get ready. I spend a good amount of time prepping for the day. I always reserve my mornings for “me” time because I know the afternoons get crazy.
12 pm. If I don’t have a lunch meeting with a brand, client, or friend/family member, I bring lunch to my office space and work from there. I begin to answer all of the emails from the morning and evening before. Often there will be times where I need to be out on site at a restaurant, hotel, or other location that I’m shooting content for. This is where you see me out and about on snapchat around this time. Every day is different, it just depends on what jobs I’m working on.
5 pm. Everyone needs a break. Mine consists of walking the dog and hanging out with family for a little before I either get back to work, or put it away for the evening to get ready for dinner.
6:30 pm. On days where I’m running around or even working in the office all day, I don’t have time to think about what’s for dinner. For me, cooking has always been a relaxing experience and I always strive to make it as calming as possible. Part of that involves not having to put too much thought into ingredients and recipe making, while still keeping it creative. Lately I’ve been using the OK Soy Vay platform to listen to recipes instead of reading them. The recipes actually talk back to you, and you don’t have to get your computer dirty in the process. Tonight I made the Debi Mazar’s Teriyaki Salmon with Baby Broccoli & Kale, and it was amazing!!!! The recipe was really easy to follow and delicious too.
10 pm. I shut down around this time and either go to bed or am out with friends enjoying the Miami city nights. 🙂
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