I agree with PP, you will have to learn to say "No" to certain things, people, situations, negative thoughts, etc.! Is there a reason you must have two jobs? That itself will completely take away from precious time for studying, doing assignments, care plans
, among the other things you have to do (like breathe, eat and sleep!). I am just under two months from graduating with a BSN - I've worked part time the whole way through, while taking care of my mother (who is quadriplegic and requires frequent care), having a boyfriend who I now live with, and taking care of bills and myself too! It is NOT impossible!!
I found one job manageable, but time will only tell how much two different jobs will take a toll on your psyche. I even had to cut down my hours to make it through this last semester. Take a few hours whenever you have them to really focus on what your priorities are. Write them down in a list, a drawing, whatever helps you to make sense of it all, and go from there. If you have trouble doing that on your own, take it to an advisor or professor you think you can trust to help you. If all else fails, come back here to AN and I'm sure some of us here will be willing to let you pick our brains! Best of luck.