Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are two of the busiest stars in country music. Between their massive World Tour and Yearwood's stint on the Food Network with her cooking show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen, the two don't often have time to wind down, but when they do, they're just like the rest of us.

The tour follows a Thursday through Sunday schedule, so when the couple returns home on Monday, you can probably find Yearwood curled up with a good book while her husband is outside doing yard work.

"I’m gonna be in my pajamas all day Monday — I won’t lie," Yearwood admits in an interview with Yahoo! Music, adding that she also uses the time for basic tasks like doctor's appointments. "That’s what I need to do. I might read a book and drink a pot of coffee all day. Garth will sleep in, but then he’ll get on the tractor somewhere, just to move some dirt around or knock a tree down. That makes him happy."

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The country singer also reveals that when the tour started, she had anxiety about being on the road so long and finding a way to balance it with a normal life and seeing family. But as always, everything falls into place over time. "You get into the rhythm and you realize, it’s all doable. And I will say that it took me a little bit to get into the rhythm of it but once I did I have enjoyed every second," she says.

The superstar couple are wrapping up the North American leg of the tour with select dates  in the U.S. and Canada before bringing it to a close in December of 2017. Brooks says they do have plans to take the trek overseas over the coming years.

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