Monthly Archives: December 2013

Laser Treatment Hair Removal

Plastic surgery financing

Laser treatment hair removal has become a very popular way of getting rid of unwanted hair. Last year alone, over 1.2 million laser treatment hair removal procedures were conducted. If you have hair that you would rather not or are just tired of shaving it, laser treatment hair removal may be able to help you with your problem. Everyone has hair on parts of them where they would rather not have it. Shaving can be time consuming, sometimes painful, and it rarely completely removes traces of the hair you are trying to get rid of. Waxing and other more thorough methods of hair removal can be very painful and are not at all permanent. Also, regularly getting spa treatments like body waxing can add up to a lot of

Cleanliness is Next to Successfulness!

Office cleaning contractors

Your office space is fundamental when it comes to engaging prospective customers and maintaining good relationships with longstanding clients. It thus follows that maintaining a clean, tidy, and aesthetically pleasing office environment is vital to nurturing a prosperous business. Like it or not, first impressions can make an colossal impact on associates and customers, and if your office appears even slightly disorganized or disheveled, your business reputation may suffer. Obviously, if your company achieves some level of successful, neither you nor your employees will have the time to suitably clean your place of business. That is why it is crucial that you hire a daily office cleaning crew, complete

Vesteva Rentals and Property Management in Cape Coral FL

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Vesteva Rentals and Property Management

1322 SE 46th Lane

Cape Coral, FL 33904

www.vesteva.com

(239) 887-7389

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Vesteva Rentals and Property Management is a family business and has been serving the greater Lee County, Florida area since 1998. We specialize in property management as well as seasonal vacation rentals.

Make Your Dinner Guests Eat With Their Eyes First

Specialty produce

Professional chefs go to a great deal of difficulty to produce food that not only tastes amazing, but also looks just as incredible. As you may have seen on television shows on channels like Food Network, presentation is usually half of a food competitors score. They often decorate plates with microgreens like kale, celery, broccoli, cucumber, and other lettuces. These greens are placed in particular areas of a dish to add color and vibrancy to the plating.

The tiny greens that result from micro green seeds add visual interest to any meal, as well as a distinct taste. They increase the freshness on a dinner plate, and can be a delicious way to bring nutrition to any meal. Micro green seeds are harvested soon after their leaves are fully grown, and must be handled with delicacy. Once they reach the public,

Never Make a Hiring Mistake Again! Work With a Headhunter!

Sales career

If you work in sales, you know that hiring sales representatives who will not only perform well, but stay with the company for the long haul, is no easy feat. The average annual turnover rate for a sales force is a mind blowing 40 percent. Hiring sales representatives does not always work out right on the first try. 40 percent of North American sales professionals miss their quotas, 22 percent cannot be trained, and unfortunately, just 10 percent offer employers a return on investment. Moreover, the cost of making a mistake when hiring sales representatives can be anywhere from 6 to 10 times the base salary of the unfortunate employee.

Hiring sales representatives, not to mention retaining them, is a challenging, but worthwhile, endeavor. Sales recruitment firms are up to this challenge, which is why why it is

Pick the Perfect Eyewear for Your Face

Alberta optical

Do you need some help to pick the perfect eyewear? Often, we like to select the perfect frames when we are choosing our eyewear, but how much do you actually know about the eyeglasses, and the eye?

There is plenty of interesting info on the eye that many will find rather interesting. For instance, the human eye can process about 36,000 pieces of incoming information each hour. And the term “eagle eye” probably comes from the fact that an eagle can spot a rabbit from 1,760 yards. It would take a human, with glasses, at least 550 yards to see that rabbit.

The earliest pictures of eyeglasses are found in a 1352 portrait of the Cardinal Hugh de Provence reading a scriptorium. This portrait was painted by Tommaso da Modena. Other historical glasses include the monocle, lorgnette, scissor glasses, and the pince