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You Know You Want It...

In the world of online purchases some scenarios leave me scratching my head!

Over a year ago Reggie* contacted me about an item in my Etsy store. 402 more words

A Few Lessons

The art of costing research and evaluation projects

Notes of a presentation to ASSR February 2006 Forum on “The art of costing research and evaluation projects” by Mathea Roorda, Nan Wehipeihana, and Vicki Wilde. 1,301 more words

Resources

How I Got My Bike

Dear Friends,

Happy Friday. I just bought a bicycle! Check it out….

I found it on Craigslist. The gentlemen selling it wanted a little more than I was willing to pay. 256 more words

The Fox Trails

First-time & Inexperienced Buyers: Think Like a Pro Golfer

Today’s real estate market in Toronto must be downright scary for first-time or inexperienced buyers. Soaring prices, insatiable demand and competition that seems to be pulling out all their tricks to gain the advantage. 912 more words

Toronto

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Do You Have A Negotiating Style?

Negotiating isn’t just for union bosses and hostage negotiators. Every time you’re face to face with someone else, you’re negotiating. It’s not a bad thing. You parents know this, don’t you? 566 more words

Real-estate

The Biggest Secret about Moms

By Animah Kosai

They rock the workplace. If you let them.

Here’s 10 reasons why:

  1. Mothers have an insane talent for multi-tasking. Pay the bills, do the house chores, send the kids to school, pick them up, ferry them to tae-kwando, dance class, piano class, supervise their homework and cook dinner at the same time.
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