I've never understood people who complain about working a lot of hours.
But what is the point if you do not have the time to "enjoy" that money?
Despite living in the UK I actually have quite a lot of money earned from a middling profession career, and I would find it hard to spend it all. I already live where I want to live. I have a 10 year old car that I prefer to more recent models. I do all my own car and house maintenance because I enjoy doing it, like a hobby (one reason why I now have quite a lot of money). This PC has bits up to 15 years old and works fine. I don't give a shit about designer clothing, watches, iStuff, whatever. My ideal day out is walking in the countryside, which costs nothing.
Billionaire plutocrats might have the best set of golf clubs that money can buy, but no time to play golf; and the biggest yachts in the Mediterranean - that sit in marinas almost unused. I calculate that Bill Gates, for example, could buy a new car on average every 15 seconds for the rest of his life - not enough time to get in and out again, what's the point?
The fact is that for some people work is their hobby and their life (sounds like yours); but it isn't mine.