Here is the breviary book, you can download it in pdf format
Matins (during the night, at midnight with some), sometimes referred to as Vigils or Nocturns, or in monastic usage the Night Office; in the Breviary of Paul VI it has been replaced by the Office of Readings
Lauds or Dawn Prayer (at Dawn, or 3 a.m.)
Prime or Early Morning Prayer (First Hour = approximately 6 a.m.)
Terce or Mid-Morning Prayer (Third Hour = approximately 9 a.m.)
Sext or Midday Prayer (Sixth Hour = approximately 12 p.m.)
None or Mid-Afternoon Prayer (Ninth Hour = approximately 3 p.m.)
Vespers or Evening Prayer (“at the lighting of the lamps”, generally at 6 p.m.)
Compline or Night Prayer (before retiring, generally at 9 p.m.)
You can use Free Alarm Clock From Cnet.com
And add church bell as your sound
This is a nice long church bell, I use it to wake me up for matins at 3 am
You can recite the Divine Office, or Liturgy of the Hours in this following way, You pick 3 psalms, any psalms that suits you, recite them, end each psalms with Glory be to the Father, and recite again the anthiphon, or the opening of the psalms.
You can add Little Office of the blessed Virgin Mary, to honor the blessed virgin
Each canonical Office is accompanied (either preceeded or followed) by the Office of Our Lady, the Virgin Mary.
We basically pray 7 times a day. That’s a lot :), in addition, you can recite the rosary, and the divine mercy chaplet three times a day, morning, noon, night.
Here is the typical day of a monk or nun in a carthusian order
You can imitate their schedule and way of prayer, it is very fruitful.
May the merciful Jesus bless you:thumbsup: