As US commercial pilots have some version of a 1000 hour limit per year, any flying over 83+20 a month runs us in danger of timing out in December or something like that.
During years when I flew actively for an airline my average was probably around 65 to 70 hours a month, year in and year out. Union work rules being what they were I was paid for something on the order of 85 or so but the FAA doesn't care about "soft" time.
In the 1970s I logged 946.2 hours in a single year, then realized much later that it was all "squat-switch Hobbs time
" and with about 1500 landings that year, figuring a tenth for each departure and a tenth for each arrival you might add about 300 hours to that (non 121) total.
In Vietnam I flew 1246 hours of combat time in 348 days. Many 120 hour months there.
Biggest single day was 11.2 single pilot. With 10.1 the day before and 6.7 the day after, it was a long flight!
Biggest single month was 129.9 and had I known what the total was I'd have flown once around the patch at the end of the month just to round it out.
My boss at that time had flown 245 hours the first full month he was in business. That is about 8.1 a day, seven days a week. Obviously not 121 or 135.
Happiness is not seeing another trite Ste. Maarten photo all week long.