My day goes something a bit like this:
First breakfast (usually a creation in my NutriBullet: I'm getting better at these, but for the love of God don't put carrots in with pineapple.)
Second breakfast (something a bit more filling, of the toast and eggs variety)
University/sleep/study (not all at once. Unfortunately.)
Lunch (something I know is going to get me through to dinner)
Household THINGS (food shopping, cleaning, chilling out etc...)
It definitely makes things easier living with two people who understand the routines, one who is also a full time athlete and another who makes time to exercise almost as regularly as we do. One of my favourite things during the week is food shopping. There's something intensely satisfying about planning the meals for the week ahead and searching out the best ingredients for them (usually late at night in the flood of discount-shoppers).
The routines of weekday life are a little different from those of training camps - which are almost exclusively about training, eating, sleeping and studying. People who are friends with canoeists will know how hard it is to get a consistent conversation going with one of us during a training camp. Time kind of passes in a blur, coming into focus properly during sessions, then passing again in a whirl of maintenance until the next one. I love it - its an environment I get to control, in situations I am familiar with. Although there is always an element of newness, learning things about the places I am training and how to deal with the problems they present. A lot of athletes I know at university struggle with the fact that it's hard to really socialise during term time. It does get a bit wearing, constantly having to say 'no' to things that are pretty normal for the average person. But I would say that the people we get to meet on camps and at races, and the benefits we feel from sessions, more than make up for anything 'lost' in social life. I guess thats just personality, and what your preferences are. I guess I feel like just the right kind of anti-social!