I enjoy reading Abby Franquemont's comments on life and fiber. She was raised both in Peru, where her parents did all sorts of research, and in the US. She recently posted this breakdown of her typical work week:
"For a typical work week, I generally try to stick to a breakdown of “Production: 12-24 hours; Operations: 10-12 hours; Development: 12-20 hours.” Total work hours in a typical week: 32 - 56.
Production is things like dyeing silk, or producing yarn and fiber for sale.
Operations is stuff like packing, shipping, inventory, accounting, routine correspondence.
Development is writing, patterns, product testing, market research, and some correspondence."
I wonder what my typical work week breakdown would look like?