It took me about 28 years to figure out I can't do the 100 hr weeks consecutively.....
Basically there's (deleted)-up version 1 where you work for others for 100 hrs per week
Then there's version 2, where you work for yourself.
With 1 you might be treated like excrement, given unworkable food and labour costs, have no direct contact with suppliers, have no say in who works for you, and on top of that be given the security alarm code and be expected to show up every time the alarm co. calls at 03:29 because a Harley drove by and set off the alarm, or that the waiters were playing air balloon hockey that night with leftover b'day balloons and the a/c current blew them across the motion detector at 3:47am. You still have the option to quit
With 2 all of your money is invested in the venture and you're working to beat the bank calling you on the loan. Instead of the boss jerking you around the customers do. Even though the alarm co still calls you at 3 in the morning, you are also responsible for replacing rusted out grease traps, de-liming ice machines, fixing roofs,and handling life's little emergencies (Ie: Eh!!! Cheffe!! You Come!! Is raining in dry-store room! You come quick!!) Or the time the new cook broke off all the knobs on my $2,000 BBq on site--before the event started, or the waitress who drove off with my van loaded with food to move some furniture for a friend--gett his, she still claimed for O.T.!!! On the one hand you now have control over your suppliers, over who you hire, and you know what's in the cash register. On the other hand you have no social life, no life in general, and no particular interests other than dreaming of sleeping 7 hrs a night.
-In about year 4 of my first business I was diagnosed with "Plantar facsicitis", basically inflamed feet. Doctor's advice: Stay off your feet for 6 mths. Did nerve-blockers to ease the pain for about 2 years, switched over to another nerve blocker after the first was removed from the market due to too many people getting heart attacks, then took anti-acid tablets to control the side effects of the second nerve blocker. This went on until year 9 of the business when we sold it. Finally sat on my arse for 6 mths and beat the Plantar fascitis. 'Course what was even more painfull was watching the guy we sold the business to (deleted) it up within 4 weeks, had customers calling me up at home after we sold complaining to me that the floozy he hired couldn't give quotes, recieve or send faxes, answer e-mail, or take orders over the phone.
-Kid #1 is now 20 and living with a partner, not thrilled with the choice of partner, not thrilled with the way life is going. Kid #2 is 15 and has no interests in anything other than 'puker games.
Meh, still married though, barely.
Take care of yourself
Booze and pot and drugs are depressants, problems do not go away, they do not get "put on ice". Exercise your body with at at least 4 x 30 minutes of aerobic activity per week.
You only get one (1) body per lifetime, it's yours long after the warranty expires--whether you want it or not....