Thanks! I usually kick around different ideas for a few years before getting my ass in gear and actually doing it, I also doubt I'll ever get around to doing everything I dream of doing, mostly it's just idle speculation it's kind of funny, my criteria for doing things has actually become "things that I keep coming back to think about over years of time." If I loop back to something 3+ times over a few years, I put it high on my list of things to do. Nursing is interesting to me though, when it fits my schedule. One of the main benefits IMO is that one day I'll need health care, and after pursuing one professional field I've realized most professionals are very mediocre but a layman can't tell the difference. One day, if I don't become a professional myself, I'll be one of those laymen at the hospital and won't know who is the moron Dr/nurse vs the good one. It's also very recession proof, always going to need nurses, some day skynet may displace programmers. AND you can do per diem. Checks a lot of boxes. Plus I think biology is cool in general.
Pursuing another degree at this point will be both difficult and expensive. I realized one of things that set me back so far in accumulation over the last 2 years was the 42k+ we spent on degrees. I want to accumulate a bit more before going again. It would also be nice to be a typical student, instead of a working parenting student that has to skimp on studying as much as possible and do the bare minimum to pass. By the end of my other degree it started to come down to: how many things can I fail or get a C on and still pass?
Apps on the other hand are free other than the cost in time for me to write them.
Yeah that's my thinking as well, app 2 will be much faster than app 1, and app 5+ will probably be as efficient as I'll get. Hopefully one or two of them will be profitable. If not at least I have a new skill to sell.