This all depends on how much free time you have and how involved you plan to be in each body.
For blue lodge, whether or not you are in line and working to maybe be Master someday will mean more nights out and more ritual work.
For Scottish Rite and york rite, there are similar responsibilities as an officer. Scottish Rite for example, just JOINING Scottish Rite requires very little time. You go to a reunion over a few weekends and witness some of the degrees. If you want to start actively participating in lodge of perfection, princes of Jerusalem, Rose Croix, or Consistory…those would add additional nights, and if you had degree work as a cast member or other similar position, some memorization as well.
For the Shrine, again, joining the Shrine really requires just going to the Shrine for one day. It all depends after that on if you join a unit. Some unites meet weekly, some monthly, it varies.
As you can see, not an easy question to answer, but in general my advice is this….don’t join ANYTHING if it means that you will have to sacrifice your blue lodge activity. Make sense?