For Angelica McBride, a full night’s sleep is overrated. She’s used to three-hour increments.
“I don’t really ever get a full 6 to 7 hours at a time,” said the 20-year-old University of Louisville student. “It is very sporadic.”
The reason for her uneven sleep schedule: McBride is pursuing a double-major in accounting and marketing, and she participates in a sorority.
And in the middle of the night, while most of her peers are asleep, she is driving a forklift in and out of truck trailers at UPS Worldport, the shipping giant’s massive global air hub at Louisville International Airport.