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LocalWork.com Greater Phoenix Job Fair
- 35+ local companies
- Industries represented: Customer Service, Administration, Business Management, Sales, Technology, Healthcare, Restaurant, Retail, and many more!
- Bring plenty of resumes and dress for success.
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Phoenix Airport Hilton
2435 S 47th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Free spay and neuter event at Pioneer Park
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control will be hosting a free spay and neuter and rabies vaccine event at Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St.
Spay and neuter surgeries for pets will begin at 6:30 a.m. until full and rabies vaccines will start from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on the following days:
- Tuesday, Aug. 23
- Thursday, Aug. 25
- Tuesday, Aug. 30
Service is limited to first come, first served. Limit 2 pets per household. Please bring water for your pets as lines may be long. All dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in carriers. Animals must be brought by legal owner 18 years and older and only Maricopa County residents. Pregnant females will not be accepted.
For more detailed information, please visit: www.pets.maricopa.gov or call (602) 506-7387.
Build Your Own Bike: State Rideshop
State Rideshop, the Valley's first full-service bike and board shop, recently celebrated its grand opening and launched its signature "BYOB: Build Your Own Bike or Board" concept. The unique concept his hands-on and lets students and Valley residents create a fully custom bicycle or skateboard right there in the store...with more than 10 different colors, patterns, and styles to choose from, shoppers mix-and-match parts to design a personalized bike or board to create wheels that make a personal statement. The best part? BYOB only takes about 10 minutes and can be assembled on-the-spot so shoppers can cruise in style ASAP.
922 E Apache Blvd #108
Tempe, AZ 85281
Uncharted Tiny Homes
Address: 24820 N 16th Ave Phoenix 85085
Phone number: 602-717-5827
Travel Hacks To Keep You Clean and Organized: Queen of Clean
Do you get squeamish just thinking about laying down your family's toothbrushes on a hotel bathroom countertop? Believe me, you should. When you travel, take along a clip style clothes pin. They come in multiple colors so each family member can have their own. Clip your toothbrush with the clothespin and use the top part of it to create a tripod, using your toothbrush as the third leg. It's easy to carry this, and it weighs nothing. It will keep your toothbrush sanitary and allow it to dry between brushings.
DOWNSIZE YOUR TRAVEL BEAUTY PRODUCTS
Leave those big bottles of moisturizer, eye cream, etc. home. Use a contact lens case to easily take the products with you. Make sure you label.
Use an old pill bottle to carry Q-Tips. You can see through the bottle so you always know what is in it and it is light weight and easy to use.
PACK ROLLED BELTS IN SHIRT AND BLOUSE COLLARS
This is a great way to keep the neck shape of your blouses and shirts. Simply roll the belt so that it fits in the buttoned neck of the shirt/blouse.
PACK YOUR SHOES THIS WAY
Here's a great way to pack shoes in your suit case without getting dirt on other clothes. Save those cheap hotel shower caps. Slipping your shoes inside the disposable cap will help keep the rest of your belongings clean.
USE PLASTIC WRAP TO SPILL- PROOF YOUR BLOTTLES
If your shampoo or moisturizer has ever leaked inside your bag, you will appreciate this tip. Remove the bottle cap on shampoos, moisturizers, etc. and slide a square of plastic wrap over the bottle, screw on the cap, and you're good to go.
USE A PILL CASE TO ORGANIZE JEWELRY
Keep your earrings, necklaces and rings together in an inexpensive drugstore pill-a-day organizer when you travel.
USE DRYER SHEETS TO KEEP SHOES SMELLING FRESH
Putting dryer sheets inside shoes will keep odors away, and if you end up with static cling in something you put on, grab a dryer sheet and rub over the wrong side of the fabric to banish it.
BRING AN EMPTY WATER BOTTLE THROUGH AIRPORT SECURITY
Avoid buying overpriced bottled water at the airport. Bring an empty water bottle through security and refill it at a water fountain on the other side of the checkpoint.
USE A BINDER CLIP AS A RAZOR COVER
Have you ever accidentally nicked yourself on an uncovered razor? Just fasten a binder clip over the end of the razor and no nicks.
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Now through Sept. 5, 2016, FireSky is offering the final chance to save up to 40 percent on the following summer packages.
Arizona Locals rates from $89 per night. Celebrate the final days of summer
- Valid for local Arizona residents only (must show valid Arizona ID at check-in)
- Save 10 percent off of best available rates
- Request Rate Code LOCAL
Life Is Brewtiful! From $119/night. Toast to the summer.
- Deluxe accommodations
- Welcome round of four (4) beers
- Appetizer in Taggia Bar
- Package must be booked a minimum of two days in advance. Must be 21 years of age or older. Request rate code PBRO.
Tequila and Tanlines from $119/night. Get your tan on, and your tequila.
- Deluxe accommodations
- Welcome pitcher of margaritas at Taggia Bar
- Package must be booked a minimum of two days in advance. Must be 21 years of age or older. Request rate code PTAN.
The resort's Jurlique Spa is also offering hot summer spa deals available through Sept. 30. Featuring a full-service menu of fresh and fragrant spa treatments designed to reenergize and heal from within, five of the spa's six treatment rooms offers copper soaking tubs with a focus on water therapies and Eastern and Western spa philosophies. Summer spa deals and offers include:
We Love Locals: Guests who show their Arizona ID will receive two, customizable treatments for $189. Treatment choices include a 60-minute massage, a 60-minute facial and a 100-minute nail service (50-minute manicure and a 50-minute pedicure).
$99 Summer Spa Treatments: Locals and resort guests can take advantage of the following savings on treatments perfect for summer:
Coconut Cooler: this cooling and soothing coconut milk bath will nourish the skin after sun or dry heat have taken its toll. The remaining 30 minutes will be a focused massage focusing on either the back, neck and shoulders or the legs, feet, arms and hands with an aloe, arnica and chamomile infused lotion. ($99 for 60 minutes).
Medley Massage: Ideal for full-body relaxation, the customized massage is tailored to pressure needs and areas of tension. ($99 for 50 minutes, $159 for 80 minutes). Also available as a maternity massage.
Signature Revitalizing Facial: Customizable to the skin's needs, this facial will incorporate a cleansing, exfoliation, extractions and/or masking and conclude with a skin perfecting hydration. Looking for de-aging? The 80-minute version will incorporate noninvasive, micro current to lift and firm. ($99 for 50 minutes, $159 for 80 minutes)
Rates and resort packages exclude the resort's $25 daily resort fee which includes in-room WiFi, fireside s'mores, coffee and tea in the resort living room each morning, seasonal non-alcoholic beverage available throughout the day in the living room, self and valet parking and access to a 24-hour fitness center and business center.
For reservations and to learn more about FireSky Resort & Spa, visit www.fireskyresort.com.
FireSky Resort & Spa
4925 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
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Top 40 Artist Alessia Cara will be in Phoenix on August 23 opening for Coldplay at The Gila River Arena, and she has a powerful message to empower women in her new single "Scars to Your Beautiful." The music video documents real stories from real people about what inner beauty and inner strength means to them. Upon the conclusion of the Coldplay tour, Alessia will be embarking on a 23-city headlining tour of the US, beginning September 29th.
For more information on Alessia Care visit her website: http://www.alessiacara.com/
For ticket information on the Coldplay concert at The Gila River Arena visit: http://www.gilariverarena.com/
Fasting for Life: Amy Shah, Immunologist & Allergist
-- New study shows: This ONE change in your diet could potentially help shrink cancer cells
--INTERMITTENT FASTING: what is it? Not eating for small periods of time. For example Dinner ends at 7 don't eat again until 8 am or later the next morning.
-A fasting-mimicking diet combined with chemo drugs lead to an increase in tumor-killing immune cells and caused tumors to shrink 50% more than in mice that received chemo by itself.
--Also human study of breast cancer survivors showed 36% reduction in breast cancer recurrence.
-Fast for 13 hours or more
-early dinner, late breakfast
-clear liquids allowed
-Easy workout on fasting days (Branched chain amino acids can help with workouts)
-Start with 2-3 days a week
For more information visit: https://amymdwellness.com