Tuesday, December 3

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Humble Family Restaurants USA will be holding a job fair and open interviews today, January 3rd for all positions at all locations. 

The Living Room and LA SALA at Gainey Ranch will be accepting resumes and conducting interviews for mixologists, managers, supervisors, servers, bartenders, bar-backs, expeditors and kitchen staff.  Humble Pie has positions open across the valley. 

Job applicants are encouraged to just walk-in Humble Pie at Kierland Village, between 11 am and 4 pm today. Hiring managers will be onsite to review resumes and conduct interviews.

The job fair will take place at Humble Pie at Kierland Village, located at 6501 E. Greenway Parkway, Scottsdale.  

Resumes may be posted online at www.humblepieusa.com and http://www.livingroomwinebar.com/

Pinspiration joins the count-down to creativity and Inside the Splatter Room at Pinspiration

Creativation is the only event of its kind in North America, featuring the latest in crafting trends, innovations and education. For the first time ever, it will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center, and Pinspiration will be a big part of the show. If you want to create something unique, or just take out your aggressions through vigorous painting, The Splatter Room at Pinspiration is where it's at. We try our hand at splatter art, and learn all about Creativation, a hobby and crafting show being featured at The Phoenix Convention Center for the first time. 

The venue includes a VIP party room, a full-service beer/wine bar, a crafting/project room and Arizona's first splatter room, inspired by Jackson Pollock. 

For more information on the Creativation Show at the Phoenix Convention Center visit:  http://www.creativationshow.org/ 

January 19-23, 2017
Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, AZ

Please call ahead at 480-636-8010 or email info@pinspirationaz.com before visiting so we can make sure your space is reserved for your group.

Visit their website at: www.pinspirationaz.com

5410 E. High Street, Ste 105
Phoenix, AZ 85054

Getting in shape with The Body Lab 

Every day this week we are taking you to a different workout to get you motivated and inspired for making health a priority in the New Year. This morning we're at The Body Lab in Phoenix learning why Hollywood's elite, including celebrity athletes trust in the Megaformer to get in shape. 

It's touted as the most kick-butt, shirt-drenching and fun workout! We test out our skills at The Body Lab and try out their Megaformer, the regime of choice by Hollywood's elite and celebrated athletes. 

For more information, visit: http://thebodylabus.com/studios/phoenix-az/

The Body Lab
4414 E. Camelback Road, Suite 106A Phoenix, Arizona 85018
(602) 840-2885

The Next MythBuster

The Search is On for a New Generation of Intrepid Individuals Vying to be the Next Myth-Busting Superstars! 

Mythbusters: The Search is an All-New Science Channel Series Hosted by Certified Science Geek and Nerdist Editor, Kyle Hill. He'll Explain What It Takes to Become A Future MythBuster! 

Science Channel's Mythbusters: The Search features the next generation of fearless contenders with killer build skills, science smarts and nerves of steel, ready to be judged each week as they bust myths and vie for the win in becoming the next myth-busting superstars. The new series seeks those who were similarly inspired by the hugely popular Mythbusters, who can carry on their legacy of curiosity, questioning, busting myths and experimentation (and explosions).

Mythbusters made its television debut on Discovery Channel in 2003 and earned eight straight Emmy® nominations for Outstanding Reality Program. The show fused scientific method with gleeful curiosity and plain old-fashioned ingenuity to create a signature style of explosive experimentation.

Mythbusters: The Search is hosted by huge Mythbusters fan Kyle Hill. He is science editor at Nerdist.com, and host of YouTube's Because Science. He was named one of the top science communicators to follow by WIRED magazine in 2013. Hill's work is frequently published in major newspapers and magazines and he is often tapped by broadcast outlets as an expert analyst on science matters. 

For more information, visit: www.sciencechannel.com  

Correct your sleep posture for better rest 

If you sleep eight hours a night, you spend one-third of your life in bed. Correct sleeping posture is essential, says Sports Chiropractor Jason Loth. He shows us surprising ways to improve your posture through-out the day, and while you sleep to get a more restful night sleep. 

Here are simple tips to correct your sleep posture:
Best and worst sleep positions for posture: Avoid sleeping on your stomach When you sleep on your stomach, your spine is unable to reach a neutral position, resulting in strain on the back, neck, joints, and muscles
Sleeping on your side or on your back are the best sleeping positions for good posture 
Change your pillow: Pillows When your neck and upper back aren't well supported by your pillow, it can cause dysfunction in your joints and muscles which can lead to further wear and tear on your spine and surrounding structures, and can cause arthritis, neck pains and chronic headaches to name a few health issues.
There are some specialized contour pillows on the market that work well for sleeping on your side, but they are horrible for back sleepers
Look for pillows designed with mesh panels for optimal airflow to help keep it cooler at night and have individual sleeping chambers filled with a blend of shredded foam. 
Buy a new pillow every two years. "With all of the dead skin cells and body oils seeping through your pillowcase into your pillow and your head putting pressure on the material pillows will wear out and won't give you the optimal amount of support.

Be more aware of the little things. Proper posture demo "It's the things we do day in/day out that put wear-and-tear stresses on our neck and spine. For example, if you slouch at your desk with your shoulders out and forward, it can cause neck and back pain, as well as headaches and tingling in your arms and hands."

Recognize that problems due to bad posture accumulate over time. "Whether they happen when we're asleep or awake, the repetitive stress incidents can lead to major problems in the future.
A simple way to check your posture is to place your back straight against a wall. Your shoulder blades and the back of your head should touch the wall.

Spend time away from technology. "People using smartphones and who are constantly texting tend to slouch. Technology and convenience inventions are the worst thing ever for your neck and spine."
Quality sleep far outweighs quantity. "If you can get through all the sleep stages during the night without being interrupted, your body will regenerate itself better. You may feel much more rested on less sleep than if you slept longer but woke up several times during the night."

For more information: www.Drloth.com

Famed Medium Allison Dubois Predicts new beginnings for 2017

Allison Dubois says numerology predicted that 2016 would be a year for endings, from the fall of the establishments to death and divorce. A lot of people couldn't wait to say goodbye to 2016. Conversely, 2017 is a year for beginnings and a new start. We talk to Allison about what things people can look forward to in the new year, from marriages to jobs, to fertility and more.    

To learn more about Allison Dubois, visit her website: http://www.allisondubois.com/

Dennis Roland in Concert

Dennis Roland, alumni of the famed Count Basie Big Band, will be performing tomorrow Jan 4 at 7:30 pm at Kerr Cultural Center in Scottsdale  
Wednesday's concert is the first of a 4-part series of jazz at Kerr, which is partnership between The Nash, Phoenix's renowned jazz club in downtown Phoenix and ASU's Kerr Center.  The jazz series runs through April.

For more information, visit these websites:

Kerr Cultural Center
6110 N. Scottsdale Road
Box Office: (480) 596-2660

The Nash
1st St. & Roosevelt
(602) 795-0464

AAWL: New Year's diets for dogs

New Year's resolutions aren't just for people, sometimes, man's best friend needs to go on a diet. The Arizona Animal Welfare League joins us with the best diet tips for our beloved pooches, from healthy eating habits to what to look for on dog food labels. 

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

Keep your new year resolutions...with a vacation?

If you're like most people who can't stick to your new year resolution to get healthy, try booking a healthy vacation! TheTravelDiet.com's Dena Roché shows us places to go.

The Travel Diet

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