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In the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area, you’ll find everything from world-class hotels and resorts and fine dining to exhilarating adventure, breath-taking golf courses, trendy shopping, modern nightlife and enriching culture. Phoenix is not only America’s fifth largest city, it embodies a sophisticated, urban region of 3.7 million people with a marketplace valued at more than $50 billion. They are consistently recognized for their strong job growth and entrepreneurial environment. The Phoenix area’s strategic Southwest location has made them a choice business and innovation hub with international access for aerospace, high-tech, bioscience, advanced business and sustainable technologies companies. The population is young, educated, multi-cultural and upwardly mobile and Phoenix residents are as equally dedicated to hard work as they are to play. Cultured and artistically minded, new and long-established residents alike share an appreciation of the unique land they call home. The area also possesses wonderful museums and galleries, Native American and Old Western history, a variety of sporting events, hiking, biking, horseback riding and other outdoor activities perfectly appropriate for Arizona’s more than 300 days of sunshine each year.
1. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess’s “Sunset Beach Pool”
Address: 7575 E Princess Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Located in one of the most prestigious and beautifully landscaped resorts in Scottsdale, the Sunset Beach Pool at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is the place to be!... [Read More]
Fall events in Phoenix this October!
Are you excited for this Autumn season and looking to get into the fall spirit? Look no further! Phoenix offers an array of events for friends, families, couples, and anyone looking to enjoy a sense of community in The Valley! Check... [Read More]
We all have a cleaning task around the house that we absolutely hate to do; scrubbing stovetop grates, tile grout, and glass shower doors top my list. I used to procrastinate these tasks for days, sometimes weeks, which made them even harder to clean as grease, grime, and soap... [Read More]
Before cleaning computer accessories and screens, power down your device and unplug the keyboard and mouse. Use these steps to clean your keyboard.
Clear any loose crumbs and dust from the keyboard by gently shaking it upside-down over a trash can.
Spray compressed... [Read More]
The average desk is contaminated with a shocking amount of bacteria (even more than a public toilet). Use these office cleaning tips to banish germs from your workspace. As you sit at your desk, typing on your keyboard and sipping from your coffee cup, you're surrounded by... [Read More]
When someone in your family feels sick, one of the first things you typically do is take their temperature. Fever is a common symptom for many illnesses, including influenza and COVID-19, making a thermometer an essential household tool, especially during a global pandemic.... [Read More]
To Streamline Your Electronics: Over-Door Hanging Storage
Since many of us don't have a designated home office, creating makeshift solutions will help the transition. We like this over-the-door hanging storage to keep notebooks, chargers, pens and other office supplies in... [Read More]
While the new coronavirus is forcing many of us to stay inside, your home office (even if it's temporary) shouldn't add another layer of stress. With these favorite products, including essential office supplies, storage helpers, and little pick-me-up accents, you can get... [Read More]
No one wants to waste food but unfortunately, the majority of us do it. With Americans tossing out more than a third of their groceries each year (adding up to almost $2,000 per household), we've got some easy ways to address the food waste problem from your own home. Many of us... [Read More]
What if all the devices in your life could connect to the internet? Not just computers and smartphones, but everything: clocks, speakers, lights, doorbells, cameras, windows, window blinds, hot water heaters, appliances, cooking utensils, you name it. And what if those devices... [Read More]