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I would start with something like: free_time_cost = possible_income - rest_value + free_time_expenses - other_factors where possible_income - money you could make rest_value - how much work you can perform thanks to taking time free, like 8 hours of sleep makes it possible to work 8 hours on the next day free_time_cost - sleeping costs nothing, cinema ...
The cost of your period of time T is equal to the sum of values V_i that your clients received from you by that time. You can ask your clients: "How much do you estimate the value you recieved from me for period T?" Then you can add up V_i and divide the sum by T to get the average per hour for that period.
I know this isn't the answer to your question and I suspect it might get down voted but why would you want to measure you time in this way? It seems to suggest that: you know the cost of everything and the value of nothing What I mean is how can you calculate in money terms, that spare time spent with family or friends? Surely a better way to be more ...
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