Congratulations on your new career path! I know it can be daunting, especially so early in your path toward a BSN. I am in my late 30s, and went through nursing school with a family, mortgage, and all the trimmings! It can be done my man, it can be done! My program was an accelerated program as well. I got my BA back in the 90s, and going back to school was a tough decision, but well worth it. I think as an older student, I definitely had a different perspective with a different motivation compared to my younger peers in my cohort. When they were out partying, I was at home with my kids, and that was all good with me! I also found that many gravitated toward me and other peers in my age range for advice given our life experience. The majority of my cohort were young 20-somethings, and only a few of us ranged from our late 30s to 50s! It is a great profession, one with much flexibility in the event you decide to have a family (or if you currently have one). It also allows you to branch off in so many directions, as I am sure you are well aware. It is a tremendous amount of work/reading, but it can be done. I would suggest you formulate a good group for support, studying, etc. That helped me tremendously.
Hang in there, dude. You can do it! The time does fly by quickly! Any other questions, concerns, thoughts, feel free to ask!