Category Archives: jobs

What? Wild West?

The question of the week is: If you were in the WILD WEST, what would your job be? Me, in the Wild West. The “What would you do if aliens landed” question was more likely an option for me to … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Alan Orloff

Today my guest is Alan Orloff, and a fascinating fellow he is!   In his bio, Alan lists many varied and interesting career moves. As I was stalking doing research on him, he mentioned a number jobs that warmed me … Continue reading

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Kidding About Money

We are discussing how we earned money as a kid. I  remember that I got allowance for a short time. My friend,( who lived a few doors up), and I decided to have a club. Since we both had female … Continue reading

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Workin’ Hard for the Money

This week we’re discussing the ways we earned money while we were young, and Donna Summer’s 1983 hit came to mind. My father was an accountant, and later on he managed a credit union, so the value of money was … Continue reading

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