What is a typical day like for a cloistered nun?

Here is an example of a daily schedule (called an horarium):

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Here is an example of a daily schedule (called an horarium):

4:30 am Rise (5:00 am on Sundays)
5:00 am Angelus, Lauds, Mental Prayer
6:20 am: Prime
6:50 am: Terce
7:10 am: Holy Mass
8:10 am: Breakfast
8:30 am: Work
10:40 am: Sext, Examination of conscience
11:00 am: Dinner, Angelus
12:00 pm Recreation
1:05 pm: Visit to the Blessed Sacrament
1:15 pm Quiet time
2:20 pm: None, Rosary
3:00 pm: Spiritual Reading
3:30 pm: Work
4:40 pm: Vespers
5:00 pm: Mental Prayer, Angelus
6:00 pm: Supper
7:00 pm: Recreation
8:00 pm: Compline, Grand Silence
9:15 pm: Matins
10:00 pm: Retire

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