when I look back, I’ve still racked up a lot of different normal and not-so-normal jobs and side hustles. Here they are in mostly-chronological order.
1. Ironed My Dad’s Shirt
When I was grade school age, I would iron my dad’s work shirts at 25 cents each.
2. Asked for Money for All Holidays
Birthdays and Christmas were major drivers of my adolescent net worth.
3. Grunt Labor at a Summer Camp / Retreat Center
I would work in the kitchen and dining hall, setting up tables, serving food, washing dishes and anything else.
4. Mowed Lawns
I did this for a year or two on the side of my other jobs and it provided some nice extra income.
5. Cashier at a Grocery Store
I was able to prove myself and get the coveted position of cashier, which paid slightly better than being a stocker.
You’ll notice a lot of this list is related to my hobbies. In school I was big into computers, researching components, building them, playing games, etc.
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