These are my stories working my side hustle as a Lyft driver in Southern California primarily in OC and LA areas. I write these stories with the hope you'll learn something about this gig. If you are a driver you can pickup tips from me as I go through learning about this #gigeconomy life. For the riders I hope you learn something from your fellow riders and how you can be a better rider yourself.
Working these gigs is enjoyable but can be grueling. Being your own boss is awesome but without proper training or research you can find yourself working an upward battle. I hope my stories help you. Be safe out there!
I drive a 2018 Kia Niro that I bought 451 days ago.
Throughout these stores I may reference to apps, tools, products and services that I use on a daily basis, most of these are affiliate links and by you clicking on them you are helping me monetarily. Thanks!
I know for drivers it’s important they feel comfortable in their vehicle and that it is providing added value to their customer. This tends to increase tips and the overall positive experience. I hope this list of products I use in my 2018 Kia Niro work well for you as they are for me. Much…Read More
If you are driving for Lyft, Uber, Uber Eats, Postmates or any other Gigeconomy apps this list of companion apps my help you do your job better. I personally use all of these apps and services give them a shot! This post contains affiliate links, if you click them I’ll make a few bucks but…Read More
Have you ever tried to deliver food to someone via Uber Eats in the dark or pick up someone at their home for Lyft in the dark? If so, you’ll know that it’s difficult because it’s a pain in the butt to see the house numbers while driving down dark streets. Sure Lyft, Uber Eats,…Read More
This is one of my adventures driving for Lyft as my side hustle while working full time. When I drive, I typically spend 3 hours a night picking up perfect strangers and making fast friends with folks, but on a Monday there wasn’t much going on so I had to improvise.Read More