Monday, July 18Posted: Updated:
MINDBODY Job Fair
MINDBODY, the leading global online marketplace for wellness services, is celebrating its new office opening in Scottsdale with an evening of drinks, appetizers and fun. There will be opportunities to learn about MINDBODY's new office, leading technology, and how the company culture keeps MINDBODY at the top of Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list. MINDBODY's recruiting staff will be on hand to speak to anyone interested in learning about employment opportunities. Additional information is available on the official Eventbrite page.
For more information, visit: www.mindbodyonline.com.
When: Monday, July 18th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Social Tap Scottsdale// 4312 North Brown Avenue, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Localwork.com General Job fair
-40+ employers in attendance
- Types of positions for hire: Customer Service, Technical, Sales, Healthcare, Administrative, Transportation, and many more!
- 1000+ jobs for hire
- Meet face to face with Recruiters
- Network your way into a great career!
Monday, July 18th 2016
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Hilton, Phoenix Airport
2435 S 47th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
2502 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. 148
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Open daily from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Phoenix Zoo a Hotbed of Pokémon Activity
The Phoenix Zoo is home not only to numerous exotic and endangered animals, but a host of ducks, geese, lizards, rabbits and quail also live among the park's amazing horticulture. Early Monday morning, however, zookeepers and staff arrived to learn some slightly unusual creatures have decided to call the Phoenix Zoo home.
"Pokémon are here," Phoenix Zoo President & CEO Bert Castro stated. "We're excited to learn that the Zoo has so many hotspots for those playing the Pokémon GO game."
With just over 30 PokeStops, the Zoo is a hotbed of Pokémon activity and a fantastic spot for gamers to collect items, experience points and Poke Eggs. A Poke gym located inside the orangutan bilik offers a cool spot to train.
To recognize these new residents, and help beat the heat, the Zoo will open an hour early next week (July 17 - 23). Both members and general admission guests can enjoy catching, training, and socializing starting at 6 a.m. Zoo staff will set lures to attract Pokémon to specific areas so that guests may catch as many as possible during their visit. Costumed Pokémon mascots will be on site greeting visitors on Saturday, July 23. Guests are encouraged to share their favorite photos of Pokémon at the Zoo for an opportunity to have their photo included in an online gallery.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit the zoo online at: www.phoenixzoo.org.
Teens & Money
Saving vs. Investing
The first thing you want to teach your teens is that spending is the anti-saving. It can be enticing to spend money on the latest trends, but teach them to evaluate each purchase. If they have a job help them understand how many hours they will have to work to pay off their purchase.
Investment Tools: Teach your kids how to invest.
Stock Rover https://www.stockrover.com/
Yahoo Finance http://finance.yahoo.com/
Seeking Alpha http://seekingalpha.com/
Arizona Bank & Trust
Camelback Banking Center
2036 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Link to Arizona Bank & Trust's Women's Financial Forum https://www.arizbank.com/wff
Queen of Clean: The Amazing Clean Properties of Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide is a fantastic cleaner and disinfectant for household use. It has the ability to quickly kill bacteria. After being used for cleaning and coming into contact with light and air, peroxide will decompose turning into simple water and oxygen. It leaves no harmful or toxic residue behind as do most disinfectants.
An important thing to remember is that hydrogen peroxide breaks down in light. That's why it comes in the brown bottle. When you make cleaners with it, use only opaque bottles or the brown one it comes in, not clear bottles. Do not sit it on a window sill or in the sun.
Here's some easy ways to start using this miracle cleaner in your home. A note: we are using regular drug store variety 3% hydrogen peroxide in all these formulas.
Empty a bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide into an unused opaque spray bottle or attach a sprayer to the peroxide bottle. Use the spray straight and undiluted as an anti-bacterial spray for counters in bath and kitchen, door knobs, light switches, toilet seats, etc. Just the spray of the solution on the area to be cleaned and wipe with a paper towel or cloth.
Glass and Window Cleaner
Mix 2-1/2 cups of hydrogen peroxide into 1 gallon of tap water. Add 2 or 3 teaspoons of your favorite dish soap and mix. Pour, as needed, into a spray bottle. Spray and wipe.
General Daily Countertop Cleaning
Fill a spray bottle with a 50/50 solution of water and hydrogen peroxide. Use as a spray and wipe cleaner.
To Disinfect Counters and Cutting Boards
Prepare 2 bottles of cleaner, one with hydrogen peroxide and the other with white vinegar. Spray the vinegar over areas to disinfect. Follow with a spray and wipe of hydrogen peroxide. After washing cutting boards with hot soapy water, spray with hydrogen peroxide to disinfect. Simply spray and let dry.
Dish Cloths and Sponges
Soak or heavily spray a dishcloth or sponge in hydrogen peroxide to clean and disinfect.
Plastic Water Bottles
Clean, sanitize and remove odors from water bottles with half water and half hydrogen peroxide. Fill and let sit for a few hours, then rinse.
Undiluted peroxide is a great spray and wipe for refrigerators.
Fruits and Vegetables
Spray with hydrogen peroxide and rinse to remove germs, insecticides and pesticides. Remove wax from the outside of fruits and vegetables by soaking in a sink of cold water and about Â½ cup of peroxide. Soak about 15 minutes and then rinse and dry.
Clean the inside of the microwave by squirting with hydrogen peroxide and wiping.
NOTE: You may want to wear rubber gloves when using peroxide because it can turn the skin on fingertips white. If so, simple wash and dry and apply lotion.
For more information visit Linda's website and Facebook page.
Kathy Cano-Murillo, Phoenix Blogger The Crafty Chica
Keeping the kids busy and well-fed can be a challenge during the summer months! But one local mom and popular Phoenix blogger, Crafty Chica (Kathy Cano-Murillo), has some recipe ideas and DIY projects that will help keep the kids entertained.
Kathy created an easy muffin recipe for Honey Bunches of Oats called Honey Bunches Cinnamon Almond Muffins, which is perfect for enlisting the kids' help and entertaining them during the summer. Additionally, she shares other fun DIY tips that will help keep the kids busy all summer-long. Kathy is well-known for her DIY projects on www.CraftyChica.com and her product line at Michael's.
Scott Keppel: Cardio VS Weight Lifting, which one is the best for long term fat loss?
Cardio is a great way to strengthen our cardiovascular systems and burn more calories in a session.
Weight Lifting-builds lean muscle which in the long run burns more calories
1 lb of fat burns approx. 8 calories a day, 1 lb of muscle can burn up to 4x's the amount of calories
Instead of one vs the other, I suggest you combine the two for optimal results
Super setting, giant sets, incorporating cardio throughout your lifting session are ways to get weight training and cardio in efficiently
For more information visit: www.scottstrainingsystems.com,
Scott Keppel, 6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 23, Chandler, AZ
Steve Cassarino, aka Chef Roc, Celebrity Chef
Steve Cassarino AKA Chef Roc, is a celebrity chef and entertainer with over 30 years of professional experience in the kitchen, and more than 20 years of exposure on both locally and nationally broadcasted television programs. Before his career as a chef, Steve was an amateur boxer. Playfully nicknamed "Rocky" by his friends, he enjoyed the competition, but it wasn't too long before he decided a future in the kitchen was a safer bet than one in the ring. Naturally, that hasn't kept his friends from calling him"Roc" ever since! When the moment later presented itself to brand himself as a celebrity chef, the choice was easy
Seared Ahi with Somen Noodles yields 4 portions
Recipe developed by Chef Roc®
1 pound of Ahi cut into 4x6 inch blocks
1 tablespoon olive oil for searing
dredge for ahi
1 tablespoon powder wasabi
1 tablespoon crushed peppercorns
1 tablespoon roasted black sesame seeds
1 tablespoon roasted white sesame seeds
2 teaspoons sea salt
1 tablespoon oil
2 cloves minced garlic
1 teaspoon minced ginger
1/2 pound cooked somen noodles
1/4 shredded carrots
1/4 cup shredded napa cabbage
1/2 cup Aloha Somen noodle sauce
1/4 cup sliced green onion
1/4 cup diced hot or sweet peppers, your choice
1. Ona flat plate mix together the wasabi, peppercorns, sesame seeds and sea salt.
2. Cut ahi into 4 inch blocks.
3. Press all 4 sides of each ahi block in the spice mix
4. Heat oil in the TurboPot saute pan. When the pan is starting to smoke add the seasoned ahi blocks.
5. Cook for 30 seconds on each side. Remove from the pan and place on the cutting board.
6. For the noodles, heat oil, add garlic and ginger cook for 20 seconds.
7. Add noodles, carrots, napa cabbage and combine.
8. When heated add sauce, green onions and peppers and combine.
9. Slice the ahi blocks in 12 inch slices.
10. For plating, noodles topped with sliced ahi, serve
For more info go to www.Turbopot.com