That's a lot of extra work. Unless something changes in the environment that affects the ambient light or you move things around there's no reason to recalibrate that often. I recalibrate mine every month or two.
I have reminders set up to recalibrate once per month. If I'm about to do some editing that I would consider very important, then I recalibrate for that session.
As for the changing of ambient light, the Xrite CMUNDIS ColorMunki Display I use seems to take that into account and adjusts accordingly. I have it set to reassess and revise its settings based on the ambient light every 5 minutes. Seems to work just fine.
I also have ColorMunki Display. One minor problem, when I increase the brightness of my laptop and use ColorMunki to calibrate the color and I save the profile, I keep getting this error message, "Unable to set LUTs. (-87)." When I reduce the brightness, I don't have that problem.