Everything I’ve Ever Done to Make Money
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.
Ironed My Dad’s Shirt
When I was grade school age, I would iron my dad’s work shirts at 25 cents each.
Asked for Money for All Holidays
Birthdays and Christmas were major drivers of my adolescent net worth.
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.
I did this for a year or two on the side of my other jobs and it provided some nice extra income.
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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