I would not recommend using VR to simulate your daily life activities.
Let me reflect my experience with VR so far.
I have so far had 3 VR Headsets (Can't call them headsets to be honest, since they are all Google Cardboards) and I have also used an Oculus Rift.
Each one of these, I must have used maximum for 5 days. They are based upon constant head tracking and movement which makes it less relaxing than to watch something on a monitor.
Although my usage of VR has been fairly limited to new experiences and apps being released, it feels great for that period but not as something you could retain a user in.
For example, due to the constant head tracking and other things involved, it's a tiresome experience at times and this means that your app/game/simulation in VR should not extend a time limit.
It is also detrimental to your eyes staring at a screen with a distance of around 5 cms between your eyes and the screen itself.
The reason of continuous enjoyment while playing a game or simulation on a desktop or console is the relaxing involved and the ability to actually do something else while at it. For example, eating a pizza.
With VR, the freedom is taken away from you to only concentrate on the content which can get pretty saturating.
And although most experiences such as Rollercoasters, etc have been simulated on VR, they don't really provide the accurate representation of the real life scenario because you know it's not real.
I would not recommend you to constantly use VR to get used to your life. So far, it's a gimmick which will probably end up at the corner of the shelf. There are developments to come and VR needs hardware development especially due to the lack of freedom with the current gen of headsets.