1. What is the busiest part of the day for you?
Well, it seems that I am up to my ears in work most parts of the day. However, as my part-time
job as a private tutor usually starts in the evening, I guess that is the busiest part of the day for me.
Each day, I have about 3 to 4 different classes to handle, and the job only finishes after 9pm.
2. What part of your day do you like best?
To me, I love the morning the most. A beautiful morning, full of sunlight and fresh air, is the best
start for a day. It revitalizes my energy by giving me the chance to take gentle exercise and enjoy
a brisk walk in the park. I am always in high spirits in the morning, feeling ready for a brand new
3. Do you usually have the same routine everyday?
Yes, I do. From Monday to Friday, I will take university courses in the morning and undertake
teaching classes in the evening. Only at the weekends can I spare time to hang out with my friends
and family members, which without doubt breathes new life into my daily rigid routine.
4. What is your daily routine?
Well, as I have said in answer to the previous question, most of my time is dedicated to studying
and working. In the morning, I wake up before 7am, do exercise and then have breakfast. My
classes last from 8am to 11am. After having lunch at the university cafeteria, I take a quick nap at
home before starting to teach.
5. Do you ever change your routine?
Yes, sometimes. When I have no classes at the university, I often study IELTS at home by listening
to authentic materials on the Internet or practice speaking in front of the mirror. Besides, I also
read books and play chess whenever I am free of classes. However, as I don’t have flexible hours
for studying and working, I rarely have the chance to change it.
6. Do you think it is important to have a daily routine?
Yes, it definitely is. A proper daily routine will assist you in arranging your activities in the most
sensible way. Without a daily routine, one usually does things on impulse, which could reduce
your work efficiency and productivity in the day. I think those who are disorganised can benefit
more from a daily routine.
7. What would you like to change in your day to day routine?
Well, if I was given the opportunity to change my daily routine, I would like to have more breaks
at night. Instead of teaching in the evening till late, I would like to take classes in the morning.
This would be good for my overall health, as working at night is fairly demanding and
8. Are all your days the same?
Not really I think. Because each day, I can learn new things from new people I meet in my school
and workplace, so I don’t feel like my day is repetitive. Each day brings me new experience and
valuable lessons, which helps me to broaden my outlook on life. Days only appear to be the same
and tedious when you don’t put energy and effort into things you do each day.
9. What time do you get up?
Normally, I have to wake up quite early, at 6.30 am to have more time for exercise and breakfast,
before starting classes at 8am. However, I can stay in my bed longer at the weekends, until 8am or
even 9am when I want to put my feet up after a hard week.
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