I'm going to give you an idea of my normal schedule:
I wake up at 5am, and get on the computer. I have three hours of peace and quiet before I wake up the rest of the family. In that time, I respond to emails, catch up on social media (mainly my personal facebook profile and groups I belong to), read news articles, stop by the SITS Forums, read and comment on blog posts, watch a tv show on Hulu, and write a blog post. Not all of those things happen each day, but if I am super productive, I can manage most of them. I also spend some of those three hours offline, doing my Bible reading and prayer.
Katarina takes over the computer at 9:30 for homeschool. I might check my email once or twice during the day using my tablet while she is busy with work that doesn't require my help, but for the most part, I am offline.
In the late afternoon, I sneak in about an hour of computer time before Thomas gets home. This is when I write blog posts that didn't get finished in the morning, and check in with the facebook pages I manage. It is also when I have video chats with far-away friends. Sometimes I use the tablet at night to run through my personal facebook newsfeed or Google+, and to check emails before I go to bed.
The majority of my productivity happens in those first three hours, so if I sleep in, if there is something wrong with the internet connection (which happens more often than I would like - just like today), or if I get sidetracked reading or researching things online, I am playing catch up during that hour in the late afternoon.
During NaBloPoMo, I have spent more time writing blog posts than usual, and it has shown in my absence in blog commenting. I don't know how people have time to write each day and keep up with commenting on other blogs, as well as social media participation.
I do have consciously planned offline time after school each day, and I limit my computer usage during the weekends, but I spend a lot of time online.
What about you?
Are you online all day, or do you have a set schedule you follow?