4.30am starts and lots of Uber Eats: Radio host Fifi Box has shared her flat-out daily routine.

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The daily routine of any parent with a child under the age of six is usually pretty nightmareish, but for single mum Fifi Box, it is especially busy.

The host of Melbourne radio breakfast program Fifi, Fev and Byron spoke to Stellar about her daily routine as she juggles her career with raising her five-year-old daughter Trixie on her own.

As expected, a day in the life of the busy single working mum is flat-out.

Each weekday, Box will get up at 4:30am to leave the house for work, and greet the nanny who will help Trixie get ready for school. At 6am, she begins broadcasting the show, continuing to sit in meetings before picking up Trixie from school.

Box told the magazine that she dedicates afternoons to spending quality time with her daughter because she wants to be “very present” in her life.

When it comes to dinner, Fifi Box is all of us, telling the magazine that instead of cooking dinner she often orders the pair Uber Eats.

Not a bad spot for breakfast. I could get used to waking up to the Acropolis ???????? #athens

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Despite the early wakeups, the mum says her daughter keeps her up late.

“I have a child who is a night owl,” she told the magazine, adding that she is struggling with sleep deprivation.

Due to the intensely busy lifestyle, the 41-year-old says she keeps a small circle of friends because she doesn’t have the energy for many relationships.

“It’s hard to have energy for other people, so I have to be really careful where I apply and channel my energy in life,” she stated.

Last year, Fifi Box opened up about the moment she was sexually assaulted when she was doing a celebrity interview aged 25.

“I can say that I’ve found myself, as a young woman particularly working in the media, in situations where I’ve found myself uncomfortable,” the 40-year-old said on Fox FM.

“You could argue I’ve been sexually assaulted, and yet laughed or giggled my way through I because I’ve been scared or intimidated by the situation.

“There was one particular guest who came into the studio… I was 24, 25 at the time and he would’ve been in his 50s. Very high profile.

“He sat in the radio studio and during the interview, he was touching me — reaching over and grabbing and stroking my leg — and then… grabbed my head and forced it down into his crotch. Actually rubbed my head in his crotch.”

Box described feeling shocked as the unnamed man grabbed her, only processing her feelings about it after he’d left.

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