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A week in the Life of Emily Hancock

 

My life, you could say, somewhat changed following the addition of my two beautiful bundles of joy. I am no longer 100% focused on me and my business working; no longer working 60 hr weeks. So you won’t be surprised to read that my working day is frankly no more than a quick sprint.  Hear goes the week in the Life of Emily (I think I am going to surprise myself…)

 

 

Monday

8.00 Drop Kids at School

9.00 Meeting with Stuart and Hannah – Strategy brainstorm

12.00 Working lunch catch up on Emails

1.00pm Go through presentation for tonight’s webinar

3.00pm Pick up Kids

4.00pm Mummy time with kids, dinner, bath bed routine

7.00pm Back in the studio for Training Webinar

9.00pm Finished Webinar

 

Tuesday

8.00 Drop Kids at School

9.00 Creative morning-  produce new art piece

12.00 Working lunch catch up on Emails

1.00pm Business progression – marketing, reaching out to potential connections

3.00pm Pick up Kids

4.00pm Mummy time with kids, dinner, bath bed routine

7.30pm Choir

9.30pm Home

 

Wednesday

8.00 Drop Barny at School – Hettie staying home with me today

9.00 Tidy house

11.45 Personal Training Session

1.00pm Baking/Art/making a big mess/play with Hettie

3.00pm Pick up Barny

4.00pm Mummy time with kids, dinner, bath bed routine

6.00pm Mastermind Skype call

8.30pm Read and relax

 

Thursday

8.00 Drop Kids at School

9.30 Training Client arrives at Studio

4.00pm Finish Training day – Mummy time with kids, dinner, bath bed routine

7.00pm Creative Evening in studio

9.30pm Home to read and relax

 

Friday

8.00 Drop Kids at School

9.00 Catch up with work; a bit of everything- marketing, promoting, creation…

3.00pm Pick up Kids

4.00pm Back to school for Parents Meeting

6.00pm Give blood

7.00pm Back home with curry in hand

8.00pm Relax and enjoy some time with hubby.

 

Saturday and Sundays are almost always family days together, many years ago I decided I would not work weekends and it’s been the best thing ever- it didn’t affect my business- no one even noticed.  So there you have it- a week in the life of a creative mum!