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I'm looking for other, Nicer ways to say "Daily Routine". It's on the tip of my tongue...

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As worded, this is far too vague to get useful answers. –  JSBձոգչ Jul 25 '12 at 15:31
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I don’t know what “nicer” is supposed to mean. If you just want something that’s longer, you could use quotidian travail, chores, or perhaps responsibilities. I’m sure any thesaurus would answer all this.

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Quotidian is a nice word. Thanks –  wolfovercats Jul 25 '12 at 15:31
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Do you specifically want "daily" to be part of it? In most contexts, I'd say "routine" is a good substitute for "daily routine."

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maybe just for routine (you can omit the daily) –  wolfovercats Jul 25 '12 at 15:29
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