it depends upon the season... and other things. outside of a fasting season like Lent or Advent, and outside of a holiday my normal day is as follows:
when i wake up is say the Our Father, then i have a bath, dress and wear my mantilla and then say the morning offering and Guardian Angel prayer and a full 20 decade rosary. then i go to Church to hear the Angelus (a special prayer at 6:00am, 12:00, and 6:00pm)
before breakfast i say Grace (prayer of Thanksgiving) and then after i say Grace (completion of prayer of Thanksgiving)
sometime (it varies) between breakfast and lunch i help out at the soup kitchen and i bring my children (i want their first words to be "Our Father"), and there we say an Our Father and Gloria Patri,
at midday i say the Our Father again, and turn into EWTN which usually broadcasts the Angelus and before and after lunch i say Grace again.
Wednesdays and Fridays i go to Church with my babies for Devotionals and personal prayers and Sundays we attend Mass as a family, certain other days of the week i attend Opus Dei
meetings. most thursday afternoons i talk to my priest for an hour about everything going on in my life and he suggests special prayers or activities for individual situations that have occurred... such as if i am worried about something, or if there is a particular person who i want to pray for.
at six o clock i will go back to Church for the angelus a final time, i say grace before and after dinner, before i go to bed i wear my mantilla again say the St. Michael Prayer, the our father (with my husband) my personal prayers of Thanks and my day is over :)
sometimes i will miss one or more of these things, my priest said it is okay as a new mother since i am learning how to put God and
my children before myself, when before it was only God. so he said i should expect to not be able to do as much as i used to for the next months while i am learning.
Dios te bendiga