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Working in the Gig Economy as a Nurse

When I think of the gig economy, I usually think of driving for Uber, shopping with Instacart, walking dogs with Rover, or charging scooters. started thinking differently a few months ago when I heard from Emily Kirk. When Emily shared that she worked in the gig economy as a nurse, I knew I needed to learn more.

Why I Wanted to Be Poor: Debunking Scarcity

I have seen poverty with my own eyes, and it has been hard to reconcile with my cushy lifestyle. I’ve made progress in changing my thought process, but I still struggle to reconcile my privileged life with those living in extreme poverty. These experiences will always be like a stone in my shoe – slightly uncomfortable, always keeping me on my toes, and reminding me how fortunate I am. But it doesn’t mean I need to avoid money or let beliefs about scarcity limit me.

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