Sigh. Or people could just offer their advice versus just coming here to respond with snark.
Home care jobs. I worked in a small group home (just me, an LPN at the time and a CNA) where many of the residents (8 residents, 3 were wheelchair bound the rest were walker/talkers) went to a day program. Did days and nights there and there was a lot of downtime even with helping the tech with cares. I was able to work FT and finish my RN program.
Also as an extra PRN job since I got my RN, I worked once a week on a home care case where I cared for a patient (I do peds) overnight in their home. Had a routine and once she was tucked in, meds and cares done, I did Q2 vent charting/assessment/cares. Paper charting. Turned in notes once a week at a drop box.
The pay doesn't compare to hospital pay but for what it is, it's a great environment to still work/earn money but have some ability to finish programs.