Asking for 80k a year without grad school and especially without getting stressed at all is pretty ambitious depending on what you are interested in. If you just want to get in, get out and be guaranteed solid money then some options are:
Of the 3, nursing and the the trades are likely the most stressful, but you can get paid a very good salary depending what neck of the woods you are in. The trades really depends on where you live... I live in an area with a labour shortage so plumbers, carpenters, engineering technicians can make great money right out of school. Regarding engineering and accounting, you would need a lot of experience or to score a lucky job to make 80k. It's realistic I would say 5-10 years in, again, depending on where you live.
If you want to have your cake and eat it to, you have to be realistic. You aren't going to get a cushy, high-paying job without working your ass off and accepting that you might be in school for a while. The medicine specializations take a long time and are notoriously competitive to get into. That being said, if you are willing to work you could definitely do it. Something like pharmacy might be something to consider because it is not a super fast-paced job, and it typically doesn't take so long to get out of school. Your grades will have to be godly though to get accepted.
I would advise you to think more deeply about your career decision though, as making a checklist and checking it off is not necessarily the best way to choose something that you will do for potentially 30-50+ years of your life. I think the people who dislike their careers are often people who didn't do enough soul-searching at the beginning, and didn't weigh their options and consider what they would enjoy doing. If there is something that in particular wows you or gets you excited when you think or talk about it, it might be worth extrapolating that into a career and considering what that might look like. Depending on the trajectory of education you take, some degrees or degree combos you might end up with could be very flexible in terms of taking on interesting or uncommon niche jobs.