I basically do time blocking. I assign different types of tasks to different times of the day. For example, between breakfast and lunch is "tend the animals and do routine garden maintenance" time, when I do things like feed the chickens, weed, clean stuff, trellis tomato plants, water potted plants, or take the dog for a walk. When things slow down in the garden and the weather gets bad I also use this time to build stuff or repair things for the 'stead in my garage, clean up and sharpen tools, propagate woody plants by hardwood cuttings, study up on stuff that has to do with homesteading, or write up garden plans and ideas for next year. It helps that I live in a place with mild winters, and there are things to do in the garden year-round. After lunch I dedicate an hour or two to working on special projects or bigger tasks around the homestead, including crafts like making soap, and then I have the rest of the day to allot time to do other stuff.