Because I know you want to know everything about my day, here’s my weekday (Sun – Thurs) schedule:
7:20 a.m.: Shacharis (morning prayer service) at Yeshivas Bircas HaTorah (5 minute walk from our apartment)
8:15-ish a.m.: Breakfast at home
9:10 a.m.: Mussar (Torah-based character development) class at the yeshiva
9:40 a.m.: Begin chavrusa (study partner) learning; start with a daf (front & back of page) of Mishnah Bereruah, followed by gemara (Meseches Kesuvos, in which we’re learning a daf per week, including the commentators Rashi, Tosafos, and the Maharsha)
1:10 p.m.: Mincha (afternoon prayer service) at the yeshiva
1:40-ish p.m.: Lunch at home, often followed or preceded by errands
3:00 p.m.: Vaad (sort of a group workshop) at the yeshiva, to work on implementing concepts from mussar class
3:20 p.m.: Resume chavrusa learning
5:15 p.m.: Class on part of the gemara we have been learning
6:30-ish p.m.: Return home for dinner, etc.
I haven’t yet scheduled my evenings, though I’m considering finding a (modern) Hebrew tutor. Other alternatives would include getting another chavrusa to learn something else with me, or choosing something to learn on my own. I’m trying to take “sitting on my tush, blogging” off the menu.