Depends which though. Monasteries tend to be like dorms. You get places to sleep. You get up. Instead of going to class, you do prayers or exercises or whatever the monastic group does. Then you eat breakfast. Then you either do work to support the monastery financially or study or some kind of training (depends on the religion), take breaks, etc.
At night, you go to sleep.
I have it as my retirement plan actually.. or if stuff falls apart financially – whatever. Find some kind of monastery – I don’t care what religion ’cause they’re all more-or-less versions of Epicurean communities – friendship communities – Buddhist ones too.
I like my lifestyle now but I also look forward to eventual life in a monastery if it comes to that.
I’d go to one with Internet of course smile emoticon