Results from the What I Learned From Odd Jobs Group Writing Project

Middle Zone Musings’ combined with HighCallingBlogs for its What I Learned From Odd Jobs Group Writing Project. As a results, group writing project vet Robert Hruzek has his most successful group writing project to date with 43 entries and still growing…

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  1. Odd Jobs, by Tanya Dennis at In The Dailies
  2. Odd Jobs, by Merrie DeStephano at Alien Drea
  3. My First Job, by Gordon Atkinson at Excellence
  4. My Life at Labor Temp, by Dan Roloff at Ramblin’ Dan
  5. Into the Ordinary, by L.L. Barkat at Seedlings in Stone
  6. Steam Cleaning Carpets, by Brad Shorr at Word Sell, Inc.
  7. Not a Fry Cook on Venus, by Dave Zimmerman at Loud Time
  8. A Lifetime of Odd Jobs, by Chris Cree at SuccessCREEations
  9. Lessons from Odd Jobs, by Dan King at Management by God
  10. What I Learned From… Odd Jobs, by Patrizia Broghammer at VoIP
  11. An Odd Lesson, by Shalene at A Proverbs 31 Woman Wannabe
  12. My “Not So Odd” Jobs, by Jim Garland at The Genius’ Gumption
  13. Lessons from Odd Jobs, by Mark D. Roberts at
  14. What I Learned From Picking Zucchini, by Lisa Gates at 360 Alliance
  15. What I Learned From Odd Jobs, by Sarah Stewart at Sarah’s Musings
  16. What I Learned From Odd Jobs, by Jackie Cameron at Jackie Cameron
  17. Lessons Learned From Odd Moments on the Job, by Jacob Share at JobMob
  18. Lessons From Odd Jobs: You’re Fired, by Karl Edwards at Bold Enterprises
  19. What I Learned From Sorting Apples, by Robyn McMaster at BrainBasedBiz
  20. Things I Learned Being a Popsicle Man, by Otto Haugland at The OHO Report
  21. What I Learned From Odd Jobs, by Karen Hanrahan at Best of Mother Earth
  22. I Was a Fast Food BBQ Busboy, by Brandon Sanders at Words of Redemption
  23. What I Learned From Pumping Gas, by Chris Brown at Branding & Marketing
  24. Odd Jobs vs. the One Chosen Career, by Markk at My Opinions are Important
  25. On Memes and Special Things, by Carl Holmes at
  26. What I Learned From Being a Listening Post, by Jean Browman at Stress to Power
  27. Once Upon a Time I Was a Guinea Pig, by Marcus Goodyear at Goodword Editing
  28. My Non-Entry to MZM’s What I Learned From Odd Jobs, by Karen H. at Stop/Start
  29. What I Learned From Having a Job for a Day, by Trevor Hampel at Trevor’s Writings
  30. Snapshots From a Variety of Odd Jobs, by Jim Martin at A Place for the God-Hungry
  31. The Strangest Job I Ever Had – And Lessons Learned, by Tim Miller at Spy Journal 3.0
  32. What I Learned From Sweeping Up Hair, by Drew McClellan at The Marketing Minute
  33. What I Learned From Working in a Sweet Shop, by Joanna Young at Confident Writing
  34. What I Learned From Being a Pregnant Usherette, by Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary
  35. What I Learned From Really, Really Tired Feet, Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
  36. What I Learned From Two Weeks as a Tomato, by Thursday Bram at
  37. What I Learned From Theatre Lighting, by Sam Brougher at Your Scared Seductive System
  38. A Real Saturday Post – The Odd Job, by Rebecca Miller at A Christian Worldview of Fiction
  39. I’ve Been Memed! Lessons About Odd Jobs, by Marlo B. Manitoba at The Joyful Christian Wife
  40. What I Learned From Door-to-Door Sales, by Lillie Ammann at A Writer’s Words, An Editor’s Eye
  41. Dr. Strangelove and Me: What I Learned From Riding Missiles, by G.L. Hoffman at What Would Dad Say
  42. What I Learned From Odd Jobs – How Kids Start Off on the Entrepreneurial Trail, by Yvonne Russell at Home Biz Notes
  43. Ria Kennedy used to work in an apiary, which, in case you didn’t know, was a “bee yard”. But here’s the kicker: she used to be allergic to bee stings!

3 thoughts on “Results from the What I Learned From Odd Jobs Group Writing Project”

  1. Wow, what a list! I must say, this “combined” project really was a surprise for everyone. Might have to do it again sometime.

    Thanks, Jason – and thanks for the contribution!

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