1. Made (and ate) stew and dumplings (considering the dumplings received an impromptu bath in a bowlful of water when I turned my back on my two-year-old to get a pan out of the oven, they were surprisingly good).
2. Washed up.
3. Hung up the almost-dry washing and put another load on.
4. Made bread (ok, I just stuck the ingredients in the bread machine, but it sounds good).
5. Arranged professional indemnity insurance.
Spot the interloper?
I've decided working freelance from home is much like being a student - you drink far too much coffee, and there's always something work-related niggling away in the back of your mind that needs to be done. It's quite hard switching off - there's always the tendency in an evening to go and do a bit of work.
There are some advantages, however - proper coffee and cake on tap being two of them!