It has been a crazy couple of months and I haven’t been able to post as much in terms of bass, music and life in general. I have run into some hard financial times which a lot of us go through or are currently going through. To get back on my feet, I have taken an approach to taking charge of my financial future with a part-time job as a Door Dash driver (a.k.a. Dasher).
I have been doing this side hustle for over a month now and let me tell you there have been a lot of interesting things that have happened. I would say though that I am not disappointed doing this side career.
I always want to help others in ways that God can show me and honestly as cheesy and maybe ridiculous as this sounds I feel like I’m helping others. I mean think about it, maybe you’ve worked all day and you come home and all you want is to put on your sweats and turn on your favorite show. But all of a sudden hunger strikes and you don’t feel like cooking anything. You can just pull your phone out and with the Door Dash app you can have dinner in no time delivered right to you door. Or your a parent and can’t leave the house but need dinner for you and your family or you have an injury or whatever the circumstance may be, Door Dash is a great option.
No I’m not sponsored by them or are currently any sort of endorsement here from them, but what I will say is that Door Dash has been a way for me to help others nourish their bodies with comfort food without leaving their homes or office.
Now the money, which I’m sure is probably the only reason people sign up to be dashers (guilty as charged), can be hit or miss. Below is a screenshot of the different weeks that I worked. Now of course the weekly variations are based on how often I worked, what days and hours I worked and how many people were working and utilizing the app.
If you have any questions about Door Dash, how to become a Dasher, a typical day of doing it, or anything else let me know in the comments below!