Tipping on a fixed or limited income

Our society puts a lot of pressure on us to be generous tippers. During the holiday season that pressure seems to be on overkill. And if there is not enough stress from the holidays season for people on a limited or fixed income, the pressures of tipping can turn a difficult season into a dreaded season full of sadness and depression.

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Working for the Modesto A’s

Back in 2004, sometime around groundhog’s day, I wanted to do something to help support myself and my new bride. But being physically disabled (still unable to walk or even stand on my own) and not completing even community college, job choices were very limited – until the day I found a job posting on the Modesto A’s website.

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Being Disabled and getting my dream Job when the company wasn’t hiring!

Finding a job when your disabilities are not invisible is hard. It is even harder when your dream job is located at a company that isn’t even hiring. That did not stop me when I wanted my dream job.

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