It depends if there is a major gig or event coming up with new a lot of material to learn. i usually get really practice focussed a week or two before anything big and new if there is a lot to learn and will I set up the home studio for lots of practicing and repetition... making / finding backing tracks, or recording the parts to practice over. Rest of the time I play.., I am tweaking my sound and enjoying the gear to deliver the stuff I know and play a lot. I will also practice improvisations and ideas on different chord sequences using my looper... usually an hour or two every day. Occasionally an idea will spawn a recording. Sometimes my messing about will be theory focussed and developmental and sometimes its just about finding the mood/sound I have in my head. I don't need to practice for my regular gigs and I also find if I don't play the old tunes for a week, I play them better at gigs.... must be a long term vs short term memory thing.