There are 168 hours in a week.
If you work 40 hours per week and sleep 8 hours per night (56 hours per week), you’ve accounted for 96 hours. You have an additional 72 waking hours per week.
What are you doing with this time?
Let’s assume you spend 10 hours per week commuting, 10 hours handling chores and errands, and 5 hours showering and getting dressed. Let’s also assume you work 50 hours per week instead of 40.
You still have 37 additional hours per week.
How are you spending that time?