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Internship Report on Garments Merchandising in Buying House

Report on Assurance Quality Fabric Merchandising PracticesShazzadul IslamBRAC UniversityEmail: shazzadulislam14@gmail.com   Executive Summary:This reports describes 3 months long practical experience of my internship. It starts with company’s overview and company’s vision and mission. It also deals with the task accomplishment of mine in the company names ‘Assurance Quality Fabric’. In task accomplishment part, there are some key points are added […]

Practicing Dana, Sila, and Bhavana as I Transition

When I finally swallowed a small blue pill that smelled like an odd mint for the first time last year, I cried. Taking Estradiol and Spironolactone for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) helped me feel a sense of worthiness I had never been offered before, either by society or by myself. But it hasn’t been easy. I recently celebrated my one […]

King Ranch Chicken (From Scratch in One Pan!} – WellPlated.com

This easy, homemade King Ranch Chicken from scratch is made without canned soup and opts instead for wholesome, good-for-you ingredients! Pin this recipe on Pinterest to save for later Pin It! Making healthy versions of comfort foods from everyone’s childhood is among my favorite cooking challenges (see Chicken Alfredo Bake). This healthy King Ranch chicken is my latest lightened-up love. […]

Lunch Packing Guide

Teach kids how to pack their own healthy balanced lunch while they are young and they will have that habit for life. Get my free printable guide and planner to put on your fridge! When I hear about parents packing their kids lunches I wonder why?  Is it because they want to make sure they get a healthy meal? because […]

Buddhist nun Ayya Khema was a force of nature — and of unconditional love

Lion’s Roar’s Rod Meade Sperry talks to Leigh Brasington about a new posthumous release from Ayya Khema, The Path to Peace: A Buddhist Guide to Cultivating Loving-kindness. Ayya Khema. Photo courtesy of Leigh Brasington. New in Buddhist books is The Path to Peace: A Buddhist Guide to Cultivating Loving-kindness (Shambhala Publications), a new posthumous release from the trailblazing Buddhist nun […]

Tuna Tartare with Cucumber and Avocado

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy. Tuna tartare may sound fancy, but it’s really easy to make! Combine fresh sushi grade tuna, cucumber, avocado, scallions, and the sauce ingredients and serve with baked wonton chips. Tuna Tartare with Cucumber and Avocado My friend gave me a freshly caught tuna, and I created this simple tuna tartare […]

Finding the Dharma

Teresa Shimogawa shares how she found her way to Buddhism after the death of her husband and how the dharma became a flotation device to save her from drowning in despair. Photo by Nikolaos Dimou. After a year of distance learning during the global pandemic, we returned to regular, in-person school. On the first day, I posed with my three […]

The Winners of the July Haiku Challenge

The poet Kai Hasegawa (b. 1954) once suggested that kokoro (“sincere feeling” or “heart”) is the quality most lacking in contemporary haiku. According to Hasegawa, the modern emphasis on realism has resulted in a form of poetry that is “only about things.” This was not the case with the winning and honorable mention poems for last month’s haiku challenge. Our […]