You're not alone, bro!
My day starts at 8pm in the evening.
8.00pm - Wake up, brush my teeth, get dressed, and get out the door by 8.25.
8.25pm - Walk to bus stop, the next street over from my apartment - not a far walk, but still.
8.35pm - Transit to my supermarket job.
9.20-9.30pm - Arrive at my store, Have breakfast before I'm due to clock in at 10pm.
10pm-7am - Work with an hour lunch I usually use for a nap.
7am - Depending on whether one of our assistant managers makes us all stay late (and on Monday and Wednesday, I have a college class 10.30am to 11.50am), I'm either stuck with 1 to 2 hours of downtime at my school, waiting for my class to start, that I cannot use, on schooldays. Or, I go to my friends' apartment and housekeep (usually takes 1 to 2 hours a day to get everything done). On non-school days, I can just go straight to my friends' place, do my housekeeping job, and go home, usually about roughly 10 or 11am, take a shower and go to bed.
If it is a school day, getting out late at my supermarket means I am stuck with the downtime at my school, because going back to my friends' place, I wouldn't make it back in time for my class. So there's the downtime in the college café that I really just lose, because I can't go anywhere. That means, on school days, my housekeeping has to wait until I make it back from class, usually about 1.20pm. I take care of my housekeeping job, and make it back to my place by about 3 or 3.30pm. I shower and get to bed as quick as I can, because the next day for me is just 4 to 5 hours away at 8pm that night.
Plus even on non-school days, when I don't have class, basically with the housekeeping job, I'm more or less salaried - Which means if they need me to ride with them or do other extra stuff they want done, that's added time right there that takes away from my sleep, as well.
Now, when you factor in the amount of time I have to ride the bus to get from A to B, the time I'm forced to just lose, due to getting off late at my supermarket, the time I housekeep, there are some days where I'm literally putting in 18 to 20 hour days consecutively. I have almost Zero personal time for myself, quite literally - I might get time to do my laundry, I mostly live off of eating out due to it taking too much time and energy (which I have neither) to cook my own food. If I have any free time at all to myself, it's usually the middle of the night on my off nights from my supermarket.
Oh, and the best part - to work like I do, how much do I get paid for all of this. The housekeeping job - $250/month, which is actually really good, considering. But my overnight job at the supermarket, making $9.20/per hour, I ran these numbers.
I get paid every two weeks from my store, and the checks - after taxes and health insurance - usually run roughly $520. $520 x 2 = $1,040 per month. Add in the $250 per month from my housekeeping job = $1,290 per month that I take in. Times 12 months = a total take-home annual salary of $15,480.
If you round that $520 from my supermarket down to $500, because my hours do vary, rarely, but sometimes they do. On a projection of $500 x 2 = $1,000/month + $250/month from housekeeping = $1,250/month x 12 months = $15,000 per year.
So to work like a dog like I do, I make barely above the poverty line for just one person living by themselves. Gotta love being a proud member of the working poor.