Yeah I'm on ADBV which is every two weeks, there's a few regimes for it but it's probably likely you'll be put on that for Hodgkin's.
I will be frank and honest, chemo is pretty tough mostly due to the repetitive nature and cumulative effects.
I personally find I have one 'off' week, I get chemo on Monday, and do nothing for a whole week due to fatigue, nausea and the immediate side effects of the treatment. Moving into the second week I start to feel more myself and by day 9/10 I'm eating and up doing things day to day but I don't push it. I'm 6 doses in and have noticed the fatigue has definitely increased with each dose so on my good days I only try to do things I enjoy e.g walking or painting or bits around the house.
During my good days I make a big cook up of soups and stews etc. And freeze them into small pots as my appetite is low, so I know I've got them to hand during my first week when I haven't got the energy to cook.
Netflix is also my best friend as when I haven't got the energy to physically do much I still get bored once I feel a bit better a few days in.
I did write some advice for pre chemo on another board I'll try and find it for you.
I decided to take sick leave whilst on chemo as I knew I wasn't going to be able to work. Lymphoma treatments often leave your neutrophils/white blood cells very low and you're at high risk of neutropenia and getting infection so working in an open plan office I knew was not a good idea at all.
I've been really lucky that my work pays me half pay, some people don't get more than SSP. However Macmillan does one off grants and you can also apply for ESA if you can't work, along with PIP. Google them, they're government benefits. It might be worth talking to your employer and finding out what your financials will be and how long they will pay you if at all so you can get a head start on it. You can also apply for universal credit but I know this has a lot more means tested elements and looks at whole family incomes. I wasn't eligible because my partner works.
Macmillan has been great in helping me deal with the financial organisation and have lots of help and ideas, I recommend visiting their website and if your hospital has a Macmillan center like mine then check them out.
Best wishes, I'll be intruiged to know what chemo setup you get put on so let me know - if you want to of course!