I decided to drive for Uber today. I went out this afternoon and ended up taking only three trips. The second trip irritated me. Not the trip, but the way Uber handled it. Uber sent me a notification that there was a rider at the Hagerstown Walmart. I accepted the trip and drove to Walmart. … Continue reading “Why people hate driving for Uber”
I’ve been interested in Minimalism. I’ve been reading and listening to content about minimalism. The very first book I read on the subject was Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Marie Kondo is a Japanese organizational consultant. I learned a lot from her book. I learned better ways of organizing the things … Continue reading “The Minimalists’ opinion of Marie Kondo”
I’ve recently begun listening to The Minimalists podcast. It’s hosted by Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Millburn. Minimalism, in general, is about finding the things that are important in your life and getting rid of the things that aren’t. Minimalism embraces the philosophy of less is more. Happiness isn’t derived by how many physical possessions … Continue reading “Minimalism in a world of consumerism”
I had my first experience driving for Lyft yesterday. I’ve tried to drive for the alternative to Uber for a while now, but I’ve never had any requests. I pulled up the app yesterday and in Rider mode – Lyft uses the same app for both rider and driver – I saw that to get … Continue reading “How driving for Lyft compares to Uber”
I took this photo near the Washington County Forty West Landfill.
Lyft, the ridesharing alternative to Uber, is now available in the city of Hagerstown. This means that if you need a ride to Walmart, the Valley Mall, or anywhere else, you can utilize the services of Lyft. Even if you need a ride to Baltimore or Washington DC, you can now take a Lyft to … Continue reading “Lyft is now in Hagerstown”