We do pretty much the same thing.
During Lent - there's minimal entertainment....TV is mostly NEWS/weather only.
Holy week is even stricter....and from Holy Friday onward, there's no TV, no radio, no singing, no nothing. The day is spent in prayer....and for the women, in cooking and cleaning and preparing for Pascha.
....the point being to take a nap Saturday afternoon....but, after Divine Liturgy in the morning, we usually deliver baskets to the elderly and shut ins, so they have paska bread, kovbasa, etc. the following morning. The priest blesses these baskets Saturday....but, forbids anyone from eating from them until the following morning. This is usually for those who can't come in the middle of the night.
By the time we deliver all the baskets and get back home, it's about 4 or 5 p.m....and there's still tons of cooking and cleaning to do.
I'm usually so far behind that come 10 p.m. I quickly put aside my intentions of "dolling up" for Pascha, and just put anything on, and run out the door.