To speak about daily activities, you need to know the appropriate vocabulary.
Come home - return home.

Have breakfast - eat food in the morning after you wake up.

Go to bed - sleep.

Do homework - to prepare work which teachers give students.

Wash up - to wash your hands, especially before a meal.

Get up - to stand up.

Dress - to put clothes on yourself or someone else.

Do morning exercises - do physical activity in the morning.

Check emails - to examine messages.

Do housework - to do the work in order to keep your house clean.

Tidy the room - to clean the part of your flat/house.

Walk the dog - to give the dog exercise outdoors.

Do puzzles - play a game or activity in which you have to put pieces together or answer questions using skill.

Wash the car - to make your car clean using water, or water and soap.

Have lessons/lectures - have a period of time when a teacher teaches people.

Meet friends - to see close people.

Brush teeth - cleaning teeth with a brush.
When I am at work, I always check my emails.

We often do puzzles in our free time.

On Sundays I often wash my car.

It is difficult to get up early.