I do exactly the same although I normally drive on a Monday morning to work:
1. How should I qualify the drive on Sunday? my impression is that it is not home-work, but rather business.
- I put this down as business
2. How should I qualify the drive to/from client of each weekday?
- I put this down as business and this includes stopping off for my evening meal on the way back to the hotel
3. I worked before as an employee and have 300 km done before I start working as consultant, driving to my work and back. Are they home-work? or shall they be separated from the freelancing activity and declared as private?
- I don't quite understand this but anything to do with business is put down as business, even taking the car for a service or dropping the invoice off at the post office
4. Any idea how accurate the times of start/end of a travel should be? At first I haven't recorded them, and since I did the same trip but on different hours, resulting in better times on highway (first I was caught in Stau pretty much every time)
- I generally put the same times and distances for every trip with variations depending upon traffic and have never been questioned in over 7 years of doing it.
Remember to clearly mark in the Fahrtenbuch what is private and business, keep all your car related receipts including petrol
Birds Custard Powder, Sarsons Malt vinegar (and another brand), Crunchie, Flakes, Bovril, Marmite, other UK stuff all available in the Karstadt here...(although prices are a bit high for some products)
A load of old tosh...How about this German software company?
How about a lot of IBM's highly innovative software is actually developed in Böblingen? How about SuSE? Nearly every German programmer I know has read the books are are highly competent, more so than most of the American programmers I've met of which I believe most software is now written on the sub-continent...As for salaries, when I speak with American companies about doing work for them, they're shcoked by the money I want...Typical colony speak...
I use Strato for my web hosting and domain and they allow you to use Wordpress templates, in fact just converted one of my sites to use Wordpress, you might want to look there as you could put all your eggs in one basket (domain, e-mail, web, etc) I'm sure 1&1 do the same and probably T-Online...
Sounds like a very ethical company: http://www.businessinsider.com/12-utterly-bizarre-facts-about-the-rise-of-lululemon-2012-4?op=1 and possibly not all that good either: http://business.financialpost.com/2013/07/10/analysts-seek-to-get-to-bottom-of-perceived-lululemon-quality-control-issues/
The German Communist Party (KPD) was banned in 1956 and this has never been rescinded although new ones have have been started. If you ban the right extremists then you need to ban the left extremists, there are no half way measures. In fact when you look at the left wing extremists, they actually cost more to the state when they have their 'marches' or demonstrations than the right wing (see 1st May demonstrations for example)
I take it you mean Send? If you miss it then they have it 3 times a year: http://www.muenster.de/stadt/send/. What is probably interesting to go to is Münster verwoehnt, if you like good food, this weekend: http://www.muenster-verwoehnt.de/