I drive because my commute is 75 miles one way. Shortly after buying my house gas prices went up $1 plus. I realized very quickly I was going to be homeless if I didn’t do something so I began driving for Uber. I made $1400 my first week. That money allowed me to make my next house payment before going 30 days past due. It has taken me a year but I have managed to get back on track and pay off some credit cards while contributing to my 401k at work. It has changed my life.
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