15-20 hours a week: tutoring
8 hours a week: Teaching
4 hours a week: Grading and writing lectures.
10 hours a week: Class
10-15 hours a week: Research
5 hours a week: Studying
That's 52-62 hours.
Now there are 168 hours in a week. If I want to get 6 hours of sleep every night (42 hours for the week) after work, studying, and research I've got 64-74 hours(9-10 hours a day) left to travel, cook, eat, socialize etc. I can do that. I can make it work. But its exhausting.
If ever there was a time to develop super powers. . . I'd want super speed. Seriously. Take the flash. Imagine how fast this guy can do the dishes. His place must be pristine. And the morning commute? Its a flash. (haha)