Got my licence through C.R. England and finished out my contract. Great company, did pretty good on a dedicated route.
From there I went off track, thinking i could do better. Four companies later, I realize it's not the companies, it's my attitude, and I'm working on changing that.
I've teamed; I've trained; now i run solo. Each circumstance has its own rhythm and best practices. I loved teaming with my husband, and i miss his presence and the security i felt with him around, but i totally love being solo. My truck, my way of keeping it! LOL And, i get way more sleep!