A Chicago Woman Is Cruising Her Way to Success With These 2 Jobs
I started driving for Lyft in December 2014—money was supertight because by then I was in law school. Although I've been a practicing criminal prosecutor for a few months, I still drive to make extra cash. I love seeing folks both on their daily grind and in the exciting times: I take them to job interviews, christenings, or first dates when they're popping breath mints. People don't know the impact they have on one another. It's common to see someone whose face is down in their phone texting away. But being Southern, I can't resist chatting them up. When they realize you actually give a darn, they blossom right in front of you.