I do a bit of TJed, but not completely (also like Charlotte Mason and TWTM).
We do this:
10 minutes each day at breakfast of Bible lessons (I read a NT story, we discuss, and then I assign a Bible verse for copy work)
15 minutes of history (we read the assigned portion of SOTW, add a timeline figure at the eye-level timeline that runs around the playroom and discuss it; or, if we are working on a supplemental book (i.e. the Aeneid for Children), we'll work through that; or, we may occasionally do a hands-on project)
10 minutes of math (we use Rod and Staff)
15 minutes of "work stations" (one kid will practice piano, one will do their reading aloud with me, one will do their daily chore, and the other will work on their memorization poem or speech)
10 minutes of story time (generally one of the classics, i.e. Robin Hood or Sword in the Stone)
10-30 minutes of Shakespeare (we do one play per term; depending on the day, we will watch the movie of it, read the Lamb version, do a vocabulary worksheet and work through the real version, or act it out)
15 minutes of art and composer study (we do 1 composer and 1 artist per term; we may play a game with the picture (like hide it and describe it from memory) while we listen to the music, or try to draw our very own version)
10-15 minutes of science (this year is anatomy, so at the beginning of the year we made large life-sized cutouts of our bodies and hung them on the wall; each time we start a new system or organ, we will glue it to the body; we use the Somebody game, anatomy books and mommy's know-how, models of the organ systems, etc. to study; at the end of the year, we will study a little first aid)
chores and playtime until lunchtime (kids have to clean their rooms if necessary, take care of their parts of the garden, feed the animals, and do whichever chore they won on the Wheel of Chores)
Quiet time for an hour (naps or reading)
Afternoons are freetime, so kids can play, read, draw, etc. They also have lessons to attend, but no more than 2 lessons per child at a time (i.e. piano and ballet, or piano and karate).