Mona’s tips for more effective inventory management

Following Mona Eberhardt’s blog “Living Virtually”, I came across her entry “My tips for more effective inventory management“. This is a very good article about how to sort your inventory in order to find the items you own and I recommend reading it. There was nothing really new in it for me but I didn’t see such a good summary about this subject before. Thank you, Mona!

I use Carlye Thea’s wardrobe system in addition to keep my inventory sorted. Every time I buy a piece of clothing, I take a picture of it (or use the picture given with the purchase if there’s one), I select a subfolder within my clothing folder (like Summer&Dresses, Shoes, Corsets, Costumes, etc.) and I select tags describing the clothing (for example Black, Leather, Name of the store, etc,). Then I upload the picture to my wardrobe website. This way I can scroll through my wardrobe and select an outfit – and I find it by it’s name and the folder in my wardrobe. And as Mistress Jenny has access to my wardrobe (and I to her wardrobe), she can select something for me to wear.

Thank you Mona, for your great summary article!

Mona Eberhardt’s “My tips for more effective inventory management”
https://monaeberhardt.wordpress.com/2017/09/17/my-tips-for-more-effective-inventory-management/
Carlye Thea’s website
http://carlyletheassolutions.com/

No blog entry without a picture. Here’s a selfie of me, taken yesterday at our Friday night party. The theme was “Pirates” and I had to purchase a fitting dress. This outfit went into my “Costumes&Uniformes” folder.

September 22nd: Diomita, the pirate

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