There is no one right way, or standard minimalist routine. However, as a generality, minimalists have a lot more free time due to keeping fewer possessions and therefore having less clutter. Less clutter means less time spent feeling frustrated while search for stuff. Less clutter also means less time is needed to maintain and clean everything.
Minimalists generally have a more open schedules, because rather than filling an overly busy timetable, the focus is on doing only the most important tasks. When a schedule is less cluttered, each item can be focussed on without distraction. Rather than attempting to multi-task, a minimalist who clears away all else, can focus on each single task until it’s complete. Less time is wasted in being interrupted, and diverting the attention between one task and the next. With all of this time being made available, a minimalist may not even need a schedule at all, and instead simply focus on the most important item each day.
All of this results in more time for doing fun things, such as relaxing, hobbies, creating, exploring, visiting, or whatever we find most enjoyable.