I think this one is self-explanatory. You get the idea. I only allocated an hour a night. In all fairness some of these are 2-3 hours one night and nothing on the other. Now, if you have 3, three-hour events, or 4 two-hour events, then you’ve already gone over the one-hour a day allotment.
*I know I can spend a full hour at the grocery store. Then there is shopping for clothes, toiletries. –Even though some department stores are adding grocery to their stock, I don’t think this saves me time as I spend additional time in those stores. It is convenient that I don’t have to make another stop and therefore saves on travel time.
*Appointments like doctor, dentist, massage, chiropractor, mani-pedi. For some reason my hair appointment takes three hours.
*Volunteering — just an hour a week, usually accomplished in a 2-4 hour lump once a month.
*School and community events.
*Social Activities, well in busy households these errands are the social activities.
*DIY projects and some Home Maintenance. Catching overflow that you would actually classify as an errand and not a hobby, homework, or cleaning. AND I think we’ve overshot an hour a day. So lets move on to the next segment.