Tuesday, May 31

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Jobertising.Com Job Fair

Jobertising.com has partnered with some of Glendale's best companies to bring you the Glendale Job Fair at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa (9495 W. Coyotes Blvd, Glendale, AZ 85305). The job fair will take place this Tuesday, May 31, 2016 from 11AM - 2PM.  Make sure to bring plenty of resumes and dress ready to interview. Attendance is free for job seekers. To register please visit jobertising.com

Some of the featured companies include: US Customs and Border Protection, Health Plan One, Enterprise, Fry's Food Stores, Service Corporation International, Arizona Department of Economic Security, Discover, AAA, First Transit, AIT Truck Driver Training, Arizona National Guard, Trinity Services Group, Inc., Convergys, ITT Technical Institute, Davis Research LLC, Discount Cab, Nesco Resource, Asurion and many more.

Diamond Pets

After 18-years grooming and training pets and teaching pet CPR in the greater Phoenix area, pet industry veteran Malinda Malone recently opened the doors to her newest venture, Diamond Cut Pet Spa. 

Located in the Basha's shopping center at 4825 E. Warner Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85044 (the SE corner of Warner & 48th St.), Diamond Cut Spa offers the ultimate in pet pampering, including aromatherapy baths, facial scrubs, "pawdicure" treatments, custom pet-safe hair dying, hot oil treatments and more. This is in addition to pet training classes, pet CPR classes, nutritional advice and the occasional pick-up and drop-off of pet’s pre and post-appointment. 

As the longest working groomer in the Ahwatukee area, Malone entrusts her team - armed with a combined 30+ years of experience - to offer an upscale salon experience without the upscale prices. Haircut prices range between $51 - $87 for dogs and $63 - $73 for cats; a bath and brush out range from $33 - $70 for dogs and $50 - $61 for cats; and the Ultimate Spa Experience for dogs ranges from $19 - $25; facials, hot oil treatments, teeth brushing and other ways to pamper ones pet are also available. See a complete list of services here. 

For more information or to book a grooming appointment, visit DiamondCutPetSpa.com or call 480-689-1261. Stay up to date on their latest trainings, special deals and upcoming events by following them on Facebook and Instagram.

Diamond Cut Pet Spa
4825 E. Warner Rd., Unit 21
Phoenix, AZ 85044
480-689-1261
www.diamondcutpetspa.com 

Dive into Summer Safely

It's that time of year. Time to fire up the BBQ, invite over some friends and head out to the pool. Unfortunately, this is also the time of year when we see an increase in drowning incidents. Tragically, there have been two fatal drowning incidents in Peoria already this year. 

Drowning is one of the leading causes of death in children, and most importantly, drowning incidents are preventable. By strictly following some simple rules, you can ensure your family has a fun summer and a safe one, too. Nothing replaces constant eye-to-eye supervision of children. When you turn your back, shift your attention, start a conversation or check your phone that is when the drowning will occur. 

The simplest thing you can do to prevent a drowning is keep 100 percent of your attention on your children when you are around water. Make sure to block access to pools. Walk the perimeter of the house and look for ways a child can gain access to the pool. Make sure the pool fence is self-locking and self-latching. Look for household items children can use to climb the fence and make sure children can't open low handled doors or squeeze through doggie doors. Lastly, make sure to teach your children to swim. Swim lessons can begin as early as six months old. Adult and child swim lessons are offered by the city of Peoria.

Peoria Pools Open Memorial Day Weekend
As temperatures rise and the days get longer, visit the nearest Peoria pool for some fun in the sun. All three city pools will open Memorial Day weekend for open swim and lap. Sunrise Pool (21321 N. 86th Dr.) will open May 28 while Peoria (11200 N. 83rd Ave.) and Centennial (14388 N. 79th Dr.) Pools open May 30. There are several individual and family passes available, ranging from $1 (ages 2-16) to $75 for a family pass that is redeemable at all three pools. For those interested in swim lessons, water aerobics, Aqua Boot Camp or Swim Across Peoria, visit www.peoriaaz.gov/aquatics or call 623-773-7137.

There are individual and family passes available, ranging from $1 (ages 2-16) to $75 for a family pass that is redeemable at all three pools. For those interested in swim lessons, water aerobics, Aqua Boot Camp or Swim Across Peoria, or more information on operating hours, visit www.peoriaaz.gov/aquatics or call 623-773-7137. 

Home Alone Kids

With the school year over, many school-aged kids will be spending more time alone this summer. Deciding when to leave your child at home alone for the first time can be difficult.  The Peoria Fire-Medical Department offers this advice for making sure your children are safe this summer. 

Though it is generally accepted that children under age 12 should not be left home alone, the primary determining factor should be maturity and safety as much as age. Whereas a mature, rule-following 12-year-old may be ready to be home alone, an impulsive, rebellious 15-year-old may not.  

If you feel your child is ready to spend time home alone, here are some important steps to take before the first time. 

Talk to your child about how they feel being left home alone; if they feel anxious or nervous they may not be ready. 
Make a plan. Talk about and role play various emergency situations including:

  •    What to do if the smoke alarm goes off
  •    What to do if a stranger rings the doorbell
  •    Answering the phone (don't tell people you're alone)  
  •    Basic first-aid scenarios

Make a list of emergency contacts. Talk to a trusted neighbor or friend that can keep an eye out or be a point of contact. Make sure the child has a phone, preferably a landline. 

Go through the house and block access to lighters, matches, alcohol, medications, tobacco and firearms. 
Make sure TV and internet restrictions are in place on all computers and devices. 
Create rules for cooking. Is the child ready to use the stove or microwave? Consider having food available that doesn't need to be cooked. 
Start slow. Leave your child home alone for short periods to see how they react. 
Call and check in frequently. Use video conferencing tools if available. 
Even if your child is a strong swimmer, no one should ever swim alone. 
Being left alone for a few hours at a time may be acceptable for your child but anyone under 16 should never be left alone overnight. Also, they may be mature enough to be left home alone; however, they may not be ready to care for a younger child. Make sure anyone who will be babysitting younger children has completed a babysitting course. 

If your children are not ready to be home alone, consider summer programs at camps, community centers or youth organizations. The City of Peoria has a teen drop-in program, called Step Out that is open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for children in sixth through ninth grades. For more information on that program go to www.peoriaaz.gov/teenteam 

Eating & Work Outs/Lifetime Fitness

What not to eat before a workout:
-Avoid high carbohydrate meals and snacks that might diminish your fat burning capacity! Examples would include: a bagel with jelly or cream cheese. Instead opt for a 2 egg omelet with a side of Greek yogurt.
-Limit the quantities of fiber, as that can upset your stomach while exercising. Avoid high fiber cereals or eating large quantities of fruit before a workout. Instead, swap out for topping your cottage cheese or Greek yogurt with a small amount of chopped nuts or a few tablespoons of your favorite cereal or granola to get a few carbs in before your workout. 
-Avoid only having fat before your workout if you aren't used to it. This can sit heavy on your stomach and slow digestion. Fat can be a GREAT pre-exercise fueling choice, but only if you have trained your body to operate with higher fat intake. An Avocado with salsa might be a bit too heavy for most, but a great alternative would be to put a small amount of avocado on your eggs or a single piece of toast. 
-When to eat nothing at all if you are doing very early AM cardio, having nothing to eat may increase you fat burning capacity, but for those more challenging workouts be sure to fuel with a slow burn carb like Generation UCAN. For even an even better option pair it with the Strength Stack for an amped up workout without harsh stimulants or sugar. 
 
Junk Food you could eat after a workout:
 -Ice Cream go for one that's either lower sugar or higher protein content or simply a simple ice cream with REAL ingredients, but watch your portion size!
Better yet make your own "ice cream" smoothie at home using protein powder mix chocolate protein powder with either milk or almond milk, ½ a frozen banana & 1-2 Tbsp. peanut butter for a tasty treat!
 -Peanut Butter & "Jelly" Toast, with sliced Banana & cinnamon Go with whole grain toast or Gluten Free bread (if needed), and toast before topping with natural peanut butter and no-sugar added jelly or fresh berries, banana, & a dusting of cinnamon and/or cocoa powder
 -Burger and Fries Rather than going through the drive thru, make this meal at home! Go for an open faced burger (or lettuce wrap if you like) with grass fed beef and oven baked fries with either white or sweet potato. 
-Tacos some carbs post workout can be a nice choice! Swap out flour tortillas for corn tortillas and load up on your meat and fresh veggie toppings. Use guac and salsa to add flavor. For less carbs, swap for a taco salad and crunch just a few tortilla chips on top.

Life Time Fitness https://www.lifetimefitness.com/en.html 

Life Time Fitness - Tempe
1616 W Ruby Dr, Tempe, AZ 85284
Phone: (480) 705-8855

Life Time Fitness - Gilbert
381 E Warner Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296
Phone: (480) 892-5020

Life Time Fitness - Scottsdale
6850 E Chauncey Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85054
Phone: (480) 538-9009

Life Time Fitness Palm Valley
14540 W McDowell Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395
Phone: (623) 536-9595

LifePower Yoga Pima Crossing
8642 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (480) 607-0900

Sunburn Remedies-Milk and Oatmeal great for breakfast and for sunburn!

As temps heat up and the sun's rays bear down, we have some unique tips for sun protection and healing from Venessa at Senza Pelo in Phoenix. 

Did you know you should apply sunscreen 2 weeks before any vacation so it can build up its protective qualities?
Zinc is "in" again pure zinc is back and the best defense against the sun where to get it and how to use it properly
Whole milk is an excellent after sun remedy
Stop skin peeling with oatmeal!

Senza Pelo MedSpa
5702 N. 19th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
602-246-1966
www.senzapelo.com

AAWL Pup: Griffin

Hey! My name is Griffin. I am a super sweet and loving pup looking for an active family to take me on daily walks, runs, bike rides, or hikes, as well as lots of play time in between of course! I offer a lifetime of love and devotion to the family who cherishes me. Training will help me work on my focus and develop into an amazing dog, as well as help us bond together. If you think we could be a good match, come say hello to me and all of my other adoptable friends!

Animal ID             31673442 
Breed     Chihuahua, Long Coat/Mix 
Age        1 year 6 days 
Sex         Male 
Size        Small 
Color     Black/White 
Spayed/Neutered           
Site        Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA 
Location            Building 5 
Intake Date        5/21/2016 
Adoption Price   $277.00 

For more information on her and animals up for adoption visit:
https://aawl.org/                             

Arizona Animal Welfare league
25 N 40th Street Phoenix AZ 85034
602-273-6852  

SICFIT Scottsdale

SICFIT Scottsdale (SICFITScottsdale.com) is helping kids stay healthy this summer with fun and active indoor classes for kids from five to 17 years old. 
Sessions begin June 20 and continue throughout the summer. Younger children's session lasts all day with a lunch provided. Older teens preparing for fall athletics can take advantage of the 9 a.m. to noon camp July 11 through the 15. 

Experienced coaches will scale activities for a variety of skill levels from beginners to competitive teen athletes.

Lil Beasts Kids Camp (ages 5-11) 

Develop boy control, teach basic nutrition, foundation for healthy habits both physically and mentally, camps include fun workouts, learning exercise skills safely, active games, water fun, sports, goal setting (includes healthy daily snack)

Lil Beasts Summer Camp (ages 5-11) 

  •     Session 1 June 20-24
  •     Session 2 July 18-22
  •     M-F 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Teen Camp (ages 12-17) 

Prepare for upcoming sports, or get kids off the couch this summer, learn physical skills, strength and cardio conditioning, agility, coordination and balance, the take a more in-depth look and strength and conditioning
(Includes daily healthy snack)

Teen Athletic Camp (12-17 years old)

  •     Session 1: July 11th - 15th
  •     M-F 9 a.m. to Noon

Still Accepting Registrations at Info@SICFITScottsdale.com
480-922-3253.

SICFIT Scottsdale
14885 N. 83rd Place, Suite 102
Scottsdale, Ariz. 85260
www.SICFITScottsdale.com
Info@SICFITScottsdale.com
480-922-3253