Already June has been a decent month. Between hospitality work and a couple local routes, it's been good to be busy. I am heading out at 2:30 AM tomorrow morning. Rather than pay for a hotel, I'll drive 5 hours to my first stop. The route I have accepted is just 35 stops, but they are spread out and will take a week and a half to complete. It is decent money; I think I am averaging $77 per stop.
This route kicks off in southern Georgia. It includes stops in Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. I am being paid about $1 per mile. That is a nice amount, but the hotels are more expensive than I would like to spend because most of the towns I am visiting are rural and there is little, if any, competition to hold down rates. I thought about sleeping in my car but haven't had time to see if that is possible with an Aveo (plus I really prefer a hotel room after spending the day in my car.
In other news, I still haven't closed on the house. I signed an extension giving Fannie Mae until the end of June to prepare the closing. I haven't lost any more weight, but am more aware of what I eat since I signed up with Healthy Wage.