I mean, I decided to take a gap year, but there was a point in time where I was pretty busy and divided my time based off of what I learned in my old military school and improved upon that.
Essentially: Dedicate your time based off of how focus you are in the day. So if your focus is high during the mornings, do what you need most in the mornings (like learning concepts or creating things) any of the heavy lifting stuff. After that, go do adulting stuff, like college or jobs, then when you comeback all burned out, do the small things like editing your works or simple memorization of terms.
I am the opposite cause I am a night owl, and it was kinda stupid that millitary school taught that everyone has great focus in the mornings, but hopefully tailoring your schedule towards your focus instead of blocking out time to study when you're burned out will work better.