Two jobs, crazy schedule, money pressures -- been there, done that!
And all that makes it very difficult to imagine yourself ever able to take care of your health, but you have to -- because no one else is going to do it for you!
Things you might try during this period of dreadful stress. . .
1. Make a list of all the EASY things you like to eat and look for those you can keep on-hand and ready to pack into a cooler for those long days at work AND when one job seems to merge into the next. Having healthy foods "at the ready" keeps you from either going without any nutrition at all or yielding to the vending machine in the break-room!
2. Invest in re-usable zip bags and put the foods you enjoy into portion-size packets that you can take with you. Fruits, veggies, even cheese & crackers can be pre-packed so that every time you leave the house, good food options travel with you!
3. Remember all the "exercise" you get at work: that dash from the parking lot; the run up the stairs; those item you carried from one place to another -- all that (just like housework) can count as your work-out (you don't have to find time for a gym!).
4. Write down that dreadful schedule and ask yourself, "WHEN can I sleep?" -- the answer may need to include naps as well as longer, uninterrupted periods so that you can accumulate the rest your body needs in order to function well.
5. Have water with you all the time! Don't let yourself become dehydrated OR skip bathroom breaks! You need the water, your system needs the continuous release of toxins. Don't let being over scheduled be the reason for your next urinary tract infection (UTI).
6. Remember that "this too will pass" and that you won't be in these exact circumstances forever. Look for the lessons (about yourself, your stamina and resilience) you are learning today, lessons that will feed your spirit for years to come! You can do this, long enough to see light at the end of your tunnel!
Hang in there.
Stay in touch, there are good friends here pulling for you!