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Modern Modest encompasses a variety of clothing styles and age groups.

My intention is to have something that appeals to everyone. Creative and attractive solutions for athletic wear, swim wear, formal wear as well as wearable art. 15 more words

Standard costing and variances analysis

Standard costing has two principal uses.

  •  To value inventories and cost production for cost accounting purposes. It is an alternative method of valuation to methods like FIFO and LIFO which you will have covered in your earlier studies.
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Mindset for a Long Game [How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Inventory Management System]

Part of being a writer is to be able to separate yourself from the moments in your life and look at them objectively, in this case Earthbound gave me a great opportunity to ask the question that’s been nagging me for a long time “What’s the rush?” 1,019 more words

Robfiles

when we retire at night...

…we constructively review our day. Were we:

Resentful? Yes. I was resentful at a turkey. And at the person who is legally my wife but with whom my marriage has ended. 370 more words

Inventory, Part 4 - Freezer and Fridge Condiments

Finally! I have counted all this “inventory” in my home. The last phase of counting and calculation took place this evening. I wanted to work on it earlier in the week, but since the Snowmaggeden bust kept me out of my home the day that I was best suited to do it, I got around to it tonight. 409 more words

Accidental Chef

New on the market!

3005 NE 130th, Seattle 98125
MLS# 737014   $310,000

This light-filled townhome is perfectly located near wonderful shops and restaurants. You’ll love the feel of this meticulously maintained home! 161 more words

Home Buyers

BOTCH! #2 – Page 51 [THE GATHERING (OF DARKNESS)]

Because every self-respecting gamer has a stash of munchies somewhere.

I just noticed that I’m still posting pages as part of BOTCH! #2, when in fact (as the issues will be most likely printed), we are well into issue #3. 114 more words

Botch!