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Average Day for a Missionary in the Field

I rode a bike for the first time today to come to the Family History Center. The bikes could use some work.

I was asked in a letter to describe what an average day is like for me as a missionary.  The following describes my activites for 3 different types of days. 

Tuesday-Saturday:

6:00 AM–Wake up, pray, and go play Frisbee with other Elders and Sisters
7:00 AM–Get home, shower, eat breakfast
8:00 AM–Personal Study Time
9:00 AM–Companionship Study Time
11:00 AM–Go out and start proselyting (District Training Meeting on Friday at 10:00 AM)
12:00 PM–Lunch (usually with the St. George Spanish Elders, because they have a car. 1:00 PM on Friday)
1:00->4:40 PM–Tracting to find new investigators or Teaching Appointments (Friday: 2:00->4:00 PM–Weekly Planning & finish Companionship Study
5:00 PM–Dinner
6:00->8:45 PM–Teaching Appointments
9:00->10:30 PM–Get home, review the day, plan for the next day (Friday: Report next week’s goals to Zone Leaders [my companion is the District Leader])
10:30 PM–Bed time
 
Sunday:
6:30 AM–Wake up, pray, shower, breakfast
8:00 AM–Personal Study Time
8:30 AM–Leave for church
9:00 AM–Sacrament Meeting
11:00 AM–Sacrament Meeting
1:00 PM–Sacrament Meeting
2:00->4:00 PM–Companionship Study Time
4:00 PM–Tracting to find new investigators or Teaching Appointments
5:00 PM–Dinner
6:00->8:45 PM–Teaching Appointments
9:00->10:30 PM–Get home, review the day, plan for the next day, report weekly actuals to Zone Leaders
10:30 PM–Bed time
 
Monday:
6:00 AM–Wake up, pray, and go play Frisbee with other Elders and Sisters
7:00 AM–Get home, shower, eat breakfast
8:00 AM–Personal Study Time
9:00 AM–Companionship Study Time
10:00 AM->6:00 PM–Preparation Day! (Shop, Emails, Lunch at 12:00 PM, Sports at 3:00 PM)
6:00->8:45 PM–Teaching Appointments
9:00->10:30 PM–Get home, review the day, plan for the next day
10:30 PM–Bed time
 
~Elder Billings~
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