Inspired by Mr. Manatita as he used some of these technical terms.
Note : The terms in bold are the technical terms.
'Start' your day in a 'normal' mode .
Take a 'snapshot' of the day break and store it in your 'ram' (referring to mind). Get up and exercise to 'reload' your 'system' (referring to body) - an ideal 'bootstrap process'.
Once you are done with that, your 'operating system' (body) will be active and working in place. Now you can carry on with your routine 'applications' (your day to day tasks).
If you are 'interrupted' by some 'system call' (specialized task ) you need to 'switch to' that task first (switching from user to kernel mode ) because of its higher 'priority', complete the required work and then 'resume' to your normal routine.
You may feel tired after completing so many 'processes' (works) , so you can take a small nap (move to hibernate mode).
After such a long tired day, you can now 'shutdown' your eyes to rest to be 'restarted' again the next morning.
Well don't forget to 'charge' (boost) yourself with a 'charger' (booster).