You load 10 rounds a day you'll be going so slow that you'll fall asleep.
I always break my loading into 100 round lots and do each set until that step is totally done for all the rounds.
That way I'll do 100 at a time for depriming and sizing until all of my cases are done. Then I'll move to flaring the necks and do 100 at a time until that's done. Then I move inside to my RCBS Handi Primer and prime em' 100 at a time until they're done. Then it's back in the garage for powder and bullet, you guessed it, 100 at a time until that's done.
I load on a single stage so it's just easier to do each step until that step is totally done before changing out my die to the next one in line.
Of course it's your time, you load as many or as few as ya' want but I'd rather get it done and have time to do other things AND have my ammo in boxes ready to go then do 10 a day.