My personal schedule is something like this (it varies by trip and mileage). Keep in mind I am diabetic and must be rather strict about it to an extent. I'm slow and relaxed in the morning but like to be on the trail or water early. This also changes slightly when we are traveling with friends who have other schedules in mind.
5:40 am wake up, laze for a few minutes, test blood glucose, get the food out of the bear hang, have half of an energy bar
6:20 am camp is now fully dismantled and I have a proper breakfast with coffee (and I account for the carbohydrate in the energy bar that I had earlier).
6:45 am wash and dry dishes, finish packing
7:00 am hit the trail (or water if paddling)
9:30 am test blood glucose again, have a snack (size/type will depend on the result of the test)
11:45 am test blood glucose again, make decision whether to push on or stop for lunch (lunch is usually pita and hummus or some sort of other dip)
2:30 pm test blood glucose again, have a snack (size/type will depend on the result of the test)
5:00 pm test blood glucose again, eat a small snack if necessary
5:30 pm make camp, pump water (if I haven't done it earlier in a more convenient location), find suitable bear bag hanging spot and put rope in place (hate doing that in the dark) and think about dinner. At this point I may boil water to rehydrate a meal if it contains chicken or pork.
6:45 pm eat dinner
7:10 pm wash and dry dishes, pack bear bag for hanging, leave out something to snack on later (often a couple pieces of fine dark chocolate or the rest of the bar from breakfast), hang said bear bag
9:30 pm test blood glucose for the last time, eat a snack and watch the stars if there are any
10:00 pm settle in for the night
repeat for 5 to 15 days depending on the trip