As the parent of a virtual schooling child, you are likely all too familiar with how fast a day can disappear on you—especially a typical school day. Between all of the assignments that your child has to complete, their class connect sessions, and the things that they just have to do every day (chores, sure; but there’s also such insignificant details as eating breakfast and lunch, getting dressed, or even taking bathroom breaks), it can feel like you never have time to get on top of things. If you have younger children at home with them, the challenge only increases: you have to play around nap times, feeding times, and “fussy times” when it’s impossible to accomplish anything! That’s why, when a rare day off does roll around, you find yourself trying desperately to decide what to do with it. Should you take advantage of some free time to do something fun with your kids? Or should you use it to catch up on all of the things that haven’t been done for the past several weeks?