My actual day job is that I'm the off-site events coordinator at a local winery: aka if there's a booth pouring wine at a farmer's market or festival, I'm nearly always the person who set that up, got the licensing for the event, and probably also doing the pouring. I like to joke that I have the best job because I pour wine and talk to people, and they pay me to do it. I haven't had a grouchy customer in years.
My side job, obviously, is my comic, Renegade Legends. I produce a page a week to maintain my massive buffer, just in case I need to take several months off for whatever reason (moving, illness, injury, etc.), and when I'm not actively working on a page, I try to figure out 'extras' like stand-alone illustrations for prints, business cards/post cards for in-person marketing, etc. I'm probably 3 months away from finishing drawing chapter one? At which point I'm going to see if I can figure out a way to get it printed!
My side-side job... arguably I have two of them. One is that I'm basically the logistics manager for my household-- we are four adults (two married couples) sharing a house in order to afford rent around here, and three members of the household have ADHD, and some combination of depression, anxiety, PTSD, or autism. I'm pretty much the only person who doesn't. So I do a lot of the organization-heavy, time-dependent chores like grocery shopping, cooking dinner most nights, paying bills on time, etc. that don't come easy to any of them. Those who don't think that sounds like a job haven't tried it.
The other, which is more fun, is that I'm developing/writing/drawing stuff for a small tabletop RPG fandom I'm a part of. I'd never be able to make a full comic of it (1. Because it's not my property to use, and 2. Because I just don't have the energy to do that after getting my main comic done), but I do like playing in a different setting with different characters sometimes, and not having to worry about whether my plot makes sense, or whether I finish a project on time.