First of all, Happy 10-11-12!
I've been working from home for a month and a half now so I thought I'd share my workspace and workday with you.
I think it'll be fun to re-evaluate once we move, and then again once I have a little one stealing most of my attention.
In the mornings I get up and get started right away. I snuggle up under a blanket on the couch and check my e-mails, answer blog comments and questions, take care of any marketing/book work, etc. I answer personal e-mails at this time too because I don't think it makes any sense to separate them.
That usually takes me an hour or two.
After that I make Ryan's lunch and spend time with him from the time he gets up to the time he leaves for work.
Once Ryan leaves I get started on chores and tackle my To-Do list... unless I'm feeling lazy, then I read a chapter or two first. I usually take a break around eleven to make myself some lunch.
I like to read while I eat lunch. Normally my lunch is spaghetti squash, an Italian salad or a pizza mushroom... but those all sound completely disgusting to me these days so it's typically soup.
After lunch I write for an hour or two and then do more of my blog/marketing/e-mail work. If I'm home for the day, I usually do it outside (weather permitting) but if I have errands to run then I typically just take the laptop with me and do it while I'm out. I find that I'm a lot more productive if I'm sitting in a coffee shop, I guess because I feel pretty cool and legit writing in a coffee shop.
After that I run errands if I'm out, otherwise I finish up chores and my To-Do list. I had to take a nap after lunch almost every day at the beginning of my pregnancy, but now I'm feeling a little better and only feel the need to if I didn't sleep well the night before.
I usually have some freetime around five so I'll read or mess around on the Internet before I start dinner at six... and then I'm free to do whatever I want in the evenings.
Basically, I work 5-6 hours a day, six days a week (I "take off" whatever day is Ryan is off and only do a little work before he wakes up), and I break it up into three separate chunks. It might not be the most effective or efficient way to work for some people, but it's what works for me, and I've definitely seen a profit increase since I've started doing it this way so I plan to keep it up.
I am curious to see how everything will change in Utah, and then again when Baby Bell arrives. I enjoy sitting outside or writing in a coffee shop so I'm sure I'll still do that sometimes, but I am definitely looking forward to having a space just for working soon!