Here is a simple way to structure your time according to yogic principles.
Take one of Patanjali's eight limbs of yoga for each day of the week. Use that limb as the theme for the day. For example, monday is "asana" for me. I will be sure to do postures at home, take a yoga class somewhere, and/or attend to my relationship between self and world. Monday has 'asana' as its background color. Asana is Monday's theme for me.
The nice thing about having a daily theme is that it can fit into any schedule. Even if you are traveling or if something comes up that upsets your schedule, you can still practice. A theme is malleable.
Patanjali's 8 limbs of yoga are as follows:
There are 8 limbs, and only 7 days in a week, but it feels like samadhi is really something that fits as an ongoing practice, spread throughout the week, as the source of gravity behind each of the other seven limbs. So I only looked at the other seven limbs of yoga when planning my weekly schedule.
When yama or niyama come around, I focus on a single rule, a single component of either yama or niyama to focus on for that day. For example, this Saturday is Niyama-Sauca, whereas next Saturday will be Niyama-Santosha.
To do something like this, all you need to do is look at your weekly schedule and assign to each one of the seven remaining limbs of yoga. For the foreseeable future, Wednesdays are themed pratyahara for me. The longer I practice, the more that association will build, and the more I will bring that yogic principle into my Wednesday activities.
Hope this helps.