Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Adriel Cruz - Instructor - The Academy of 21st Century Learning

Adriel talks about his ability to prepare kids for the education in the future. See more at http://www.academy21learning.com

3 Truths About Overnight Success

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How to become an overnight success - it's something many people wonder about because it seems to happen so often to others. The truth is that success is not easy and doesn't happen fast. In this video you'll learn 3 real truths to keep in mind about overnight success.

Truth #1. Overnight success is the extremely rare exception, not the rule. While some people can legitimately see fast results, for most people, real success takes time and a lot of hard work. The path to being successful is a marathon, not a sprint.

Truth #2. You're likely NOT getting the whole story. When you see a story of success on someone's website and you think that's how to become successful, think again. Especially in short blurbs or media pieces, there may not be room to tell the whole story or they want to position their story a certain way. Remember there's usually more to it than you know.

Truth #3. Explosive growth can be a recipe for disaster. You could actually destroy your brand if you're not prepared for overnight success. Fast growth requires a solid foundation, a strong team and an ability to scale and these things take time to develop. Slow and steady wins the race.

The answer to the question how to become successful isn't to focus on overnight success, but to remember that slow and steady wins the race.

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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Friday, July 26, 2013

Whiskey & Honey Playing at Blondies Bar and Grill TONIGHT!


Whiskey & Honey performing LIVE at Blondies Bar and Grill

Creek Walk After Party 

Friday July 26th

More info: 707-592-1442
555 Main Street, Vacaville

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Small Bathroom Update by Kitchen Tune-Up of Fairfield

Stu Reid of Kitchen Tune-Up of Fairfield CA shows off a small bathroom remodel and upgrade in a 39 year old home. The bathroom is about 95% done and Stu is showing off some of the highlights.

Call Stu at 707-422-7682 and visit http://www.kitchentuneup.com/franchises/Reid_Stu/franchise.html

Monday, July 22, 2013

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Solano Eye Specialists - Services

Solano Eye Specialists offers you the best in comprehensive eye care. With two conveniently located facilities to choose from, along with our experienced doctors and staff, you will receive the optimum in vision correction success.

We use state-of-the-art equipment and the latest in advanced technology to provide you with proven treatments and results. Realize your goal of better vision now!  
  • Cataract & Implant
                    - Premium Lens
                        - Toric Lens
                    - ReSTOR
                    - Crystalens
                    - Tecnis
                    - Multifocal Lens
  • Diabetic Eye Care
  • Glaucoma Care
  • Contact Lenses
  • Optical   
Solano Eye Specialists offers the best in Botox and Latisse Treatments!

BOTOX© Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in people 18 to 65 years of age.

LATISSE® solution is a growth treatment for lashes. In fact, it’s the only FDA-approved treatment clinically proven to grow lashes. And it’s the only lash growth product of its kind available by prescription.

1360 Burton Drive
Vacaville, CA 95687

1700 Pennsylvania Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Del's Outlet - The Virtues of Aging by Jimmy Carter

Book is signed on the front endpaper by Jimmy Carter in the rarer "Jimmy Carter" rather than "J Carter" with a short inscription as shown (also more rare). It is a stated First Edition, First Printing and the book is in like new condition with dust jacket having just a hint of coloring around edges as shown in photo. Photos are of actual book. On a scale of 1-10, this is a 9.75
"Every sale guaranteed to please--every sale, every time, no exceptions."


Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Concrete Color Maintenance System Demo at Dixon Landscape Materials, Sat July 29th

Product Demonstration:
NewLook Concrete Color Maintenance System™
  • Reduce Pool Deck Surface Temperatures (CoolStain™)
  • Restore Old, Tired Concrete
  • Refresh Color Around Pools
  • Match Old & New Concrete
  • Restore Color on Stamped Concrete
  • Create Faux Finishes on Smooth Concrete
  • Color Overlay, Repair and Water-Proofing materials
  • Fix Wrong Color (Integral) Concrete
This educational class is ideal for those who are interested in learning more about how to restore and maintain the image of concrete using the ORIGINAL NewLook Concrete Color Maintenance System™. Hands on training may include a brief classroom instruction and will focus on surface preparation, concrete color staining and protective maintenance for both interior and exterior pool jobs.
NewLook Stains Are Environmentally Friendly, Qualify for LEED points, have Proven Quality Since 1989. Visit NewLook At: www.GetNewLook.com NewLook Enhancers™
Saturday, July 20th, 2013
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Sponsored by:
Dixon Landscape Materials
150 East H Street
Dixon CA 95620
Please RSVP
Tel:707-678-8200 Fax: 707-678-8300
Email: Sales@Dixonlandscape.com

Monday, July 15, 2013

6th Annual Matt Garcia Softball Tournament 2013

 Step Up To The Plate And Help Strengthen Our Community!

(4 Games Guaranteed / 15 Players Per Roster)
Lambrecht Sports Complex off Petersen Rd in
Suisun City, CA 94588
(Jump House, Great Food, Music & Face Painting)
Contact Information
(Team Registrations) Dave Diaz - Cell # (707) 249-9747 / Email ktdadaved@gmail.com
(Sponsorship Inquiries) Scott Siordia - ktdascotts@gmail.com

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Rick's Body & Paint - "You Wreck em - We Fix em"


Rick's Body & Paint
1130-K East Monte Vista Avenue
Vacaville, CA 95688


With 48 years of experience in the automotive industry, Rick's Auto Body provides the best auto collision repair in town! We have a staff of 5 qualified technicians that together have over 125 years of experience. Rick's has been in the same location in Vacaville, California for the past 26 years and is here to service Solano county.

Our commitment to training is demonstrated by our certification from I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, as a Gold Class Professional Repair Facility. I-CAR Training completed by our shop personnel includes Collision Repair, Finish Matching, Advanced Vehicle Systems, Steering and Suspension, Electronics for Collision Repair, Restraint systems, Aluminum Repair and Welding, Glass Replacement, Adhesive Bonding, and Plastics Repair.



Rick's Auto Body is one of only three auto repair facilities in Vacaville to achieve the AAA Approved Auto Repair standard. We believe in honesty and integrity and provide the best customer service possible.
Meeting the Highest Standards

The AAA Approved Auto Repair program approves only facilities that meet the highest standards in vehicle repair, competency, reliability, cleanliness, overall experience and fair pricing. These repair facilities must also employ only trained, certified technicians, and offer timely repairs, convenient hours and courteous service. AAA makes sure that your automobile repairs are conducted only by professionals.

Other benefits of using this program include:
  • Free maintenance inspections
  • Written estimates that guarantee repair costs can vary by no more than 10 percent unless authorized by you in advance
  • A nationwide warranty
  • Return of old parts
  • Free vehicle inspection for items that most frequently contribute to roadside breakdown
  • AAA help in the event of a dispute
With its unparalleled network of associated repair shops and guarantees, AAA gives you peace of mind for your entire automobile repair needs.

Learn more about AAA automobile repair at your regional AAA website. To get additional information, submit your ZIP code in the box below and click “GO”.  International Affiliate Members, click here to access the site.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Knotty Hair Salon - A Bit of History


Prior to the stock market crash of 1929, business in Suisun was booming. Local historian Jerry Bowen cites a 1925 edition of the River News, which noted that Suisun City's prosperity at the time was evident by the success of its banks. Specifically, the Bank of Suisun, which in 1925 had more than 10 times its original capital stock of $100,000 in its vault.

Founded by R.D. Robbins on February 7, 1876, the Bank of Suisun was the town's first bank and Robbins oversaw its growth as president until his death in 1919. The bank's first location was 607 Main Street.

By 1927, the bank was ready for a new home. It found it, a few doors down on the corner of Main and Sacramento Streets. According to The Heritage Collection, a historical book on Fairfield-Suisun sites and structures, the building was built on the site of the Rummelsburg Dry Goods Store. Typifying the Mediterranean style of the 1920s and 1930s, it was designed with high-arched windows, a low-pitched tile roof, stucco surface walls, and a rectangular floor plan.

 Today, some 85 years later, these same architectural features can still be found at 601 Main Street. Paint may have given the exterior a brand new look, but the basic design of the historic 1927 building remains perfectly preserved as Old Town glamour. Fittingly so, since these days Knotty Hair Salon is what buzzes with commerce there.

New owners Justin and Emily Giangrasso set up shop at the corner of Main and Sacramento in 2009, converting the building into a modern beauty salon with vintage touches. Customers can take a step back in time with a visit. The lather room, for example, is built inside the Bank of Suisun's old vault - complete with the original bank doors.

Read more in the Downtown Suisun City Walking Tour Guide.

Knotty Hair Salon is located in historical Suisun City. They are directly across from the beautiful waterfront. In 1927, this building was home to the Bank of Suisun. In 2009, Justin and Emily Giangrasso (owners) transformed this charming old building into a lovely salon with a friendly atmosphere.

Clients are now able to enjoy a relaxing shampoo in the chandelier adorned "Lather Room." At one time this room was the vault of the old bank. Still standing are the vault doors with all of their character and interest. Knotty Hair Salon has experienced stylists who cater to all. They offer a variety of services and specialize in many different areas. We highly recommend scheduling your appointment in advance, but walk-ins are always welcome!

Tuesday thru Friday 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday & Monday By Appointment Only

 601 Main Street
Suisun City, CA 94585
 Emily Giangrasso, Owner 707-434-9100 

Monday, July 8, 2013

About Yippie Yogurt


The Yippie Yogurt story begins with founding Board President Sherilyn Henry and her family’s love for frozen yogurt. When the Henrys moved to Fairfield from southern California in 2000, they found few frozen yogurt shops in Solano County. Sherilyn thought off and on about developing a frozen yogurt store herself.

Sherilyn also had a growing concern for homeless, foster care and low-income youth trapped in a cycle of generational poverty. She wanted to do something that would make a lasting difference and give these young people the opportunity to build the skills and experience necessary to find gainful employment, to be self-supporting and to give back to the community.

These two ideas came together in 2008, and the idea for Yippie Yogurt, a nonprofit, was born: a self-serve frozen yogurt job-training shop that gives low-income young people employment experience as a part of a broad employment training program, along with internship placement aid.

With the help of the Small Business Development Center, a business plan was drafted that showed such a yogurt shop could show a profit within a year. Yippie Yogurt could be self-sustaining and help hundreds of youth break the cycle of poverty. Sherilyn also envisions that as the Yippie Yogurt shop(s) become successful, Yippie Foundation will also share financial support to other community nonprofits serving youth.

Networking with friends and community members, Sherilyn found others who supported the idea of Yippie Yogurt and wanted to make it happen. The Yippie Foundation Board of Directors held their first meeting in August, 2010. From the beginning, one commitment was to have youth and young adults serving on the Board. Since that first meeting, the infrastructure of the non-profit organization has moved quickly. Yippie Foundation received its 501(c)3 status (which includes Yippie Yogurt). Classes and mentoring began in September 2011 and the first Yippie Yogurt class graduated in March 2012!

The next Yippie Foundation Academy dates will be announced soon. Yippie Yogurt job training shop, is now open in Fairfield.

You can be a part of the Yippie Yogurt story too! Make a contribution, volunteer, and spread the word to your Facebook friends and others. Be on the Yippie Team and help us to help Solano County youth reach their potential as caring, contributing and family-sustaining citizens through Yippie job training, work experience, mentoring and career development.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

FITBODIES is 10 Years Old! July's Monthly Special

FITBODIES is 10 Years Old!
We will be offering monthly specials in honor of our 10 year anniversary!
For the month of July:  $10 for 10 minute TRX Session

FITBODIES I.N.C., your unique personal training studio, is not a gym! Utilizing more than 20 years of education and experience in the fitness industry FITBODIES brings you an alternative experience in fitness. Robin Boubelik founded FITBODIES to provide quality instruction and give individual attention necessary for clients to maximize their fitness programs.

Held in a peaceful, positive, nurturing environment Robin and her team of fitness professionals offer their expertise in a variety of fitness related areas.

Concentrating on a healthy approach, Robin helps you reach your individual fitness goals. Specialties include Pilates, Weight Training and Indoor Cycling with both group and private sessions. Maintaining focus on the correct form and execution of each exercise provides clients with the tools they need to improve their life.

Robin believes that with the right instruction, everyone can benefit from Pilates and achieve a strong, healthy and conditioned core and body. She takes pride in what she does and it is very important to her that everyone who comes in to her studio feels they are getting the very best out of what they are doing.

FITBODIES I.N.C. studio was established in 2002 with over 20 years of experience!

For more information please visit http://studiofitbodies.com/

Friday, July 5, 2013

Funeral Flowers from Green Valley Floral

Green Valley Floral will create custom and personalized arrangements for your loved one. Let them know your vision and they will create it for you.
Green Valley Floral delivers on a regular basis to Rockville Cemetary. They have many customers who have flowers delivered weekly, monthly or on special dates to their loved ones. Green Valley Floral would be happy to set up a standing order for you.
Give Green Valley Floral A Call @ 707-864-0822

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Bryan Braker Funeral Home - Pre-Planning Checklist

The staff members of Bryan Braker Funeral Home will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of a loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it’s tailored, such a ceremony is an important step in recovering from loss.

For many, it feels like there’s an overwhelming amount of things to think about! But in all honesty, taking control of the important things in life just feels good; you know it's the right thing to do for you, and your family.

Laying the foundation for a well thought out plan for you or a loved one takes a bit of time, but, it's worth every moment spent. After all, you’re setting the stage for a more relaxed and enjoyable life, because you’ll have the peace-of-mind preparedness brings. Here’s what to do to get started:
  • Prepare a contact list of individuals who should be notified in a medical emergency or death.
  • Write an obituary or simply jot down information you would like included in an obituary.
  • Decide where obituary and memorial information should appear.
Choose the type of service you would like including the burial you prefer and make those arrangements. You will need to decide:
  • Cemetery lot location
  • Casket type; cremation urn type
  • Vault or sectional crypt
  • Type of service: religious, military, non-denominational, or fraternal
  • The contact details for the funeral home you designate to care for you
  • Pallbearers, music, flowers, scripture or other readings
  • Charity to receive donations in lieu of flowers, if donations are preferred
  • Select the speakers and the eulogies that you would want to represent you.
  • Decide what organizations or church will benefit from memorial donations in your name.
Arrange and Delegate
The people who know and care about you will be there when you need them. You only need to provide them with instructions, important financial details, and then relax. You’re in good hands.
  • Give your Executor a copy of your Will. Safety deposit boxes are often opened up during the estate settlement process, long after the funeral. Any funeral planning documents therein can be of no help to your executor.
  • Make sure your representative has a list of important account information or telephone numbers for retirement plans, insurance policies, investments, bank accounts, safe-deposit boxes, properties, preferred law and accountant firms and mortuaries. Remind your personal representative that the Social Security Administration will need to be called and, if you're receiving benefits such as those from the Veteran's Administration, they should be contacted as well.
  • Designate a power of attorney to ensure that proper information can be accessed in the event of your illness or death. Make sure the power of attorney over health care or the health care directive and a living will are in place so that your wishes are carried out if you are unable to do so.
  • Make arrangements for telephone and utilities services, and newspaper and magazine deliveries, to be cancelled.
Pay for:
  • Cemetery and memorialization services
  • Funeral arrangements, including clergy, florist and transportation
  • Make arrangements for pets to find a new home.
You can also contact us for additional information. We're pleased to answer any questions you may have, without obligation.
For more information please visit http://www.bryanbraker.com/