A branded Royal Maid Service company car pulls up in front of your house, and maids dressed in crisp blue and white uniforms jump or pirouette out, grabbing their industrial-strength cleaning products from the back. Royal Maid Service's professional and licensed maids, supervised on every job, clean kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms, and other environs with an astute eye for detail. Royal Maid Service lives by the motto “we clean homes, not houses,” and it consults with each homeowner in advance to customize cleaning plans and receive special instructions on cleaning the basement Skinner boxes. The company, which currently has hubs throughout Florida, was founded by UK immigrants Kevin and Sheila Jamieson. Sheila combines her background in interior design-a career that got her in touch with people's deep feelings for their furnishings-with her experience cleaning up after three sons. Together, these facets of her backstory inform Royal Maid Service's personal and respectful approach to housecleaning.:m]]
Although a medical doctor and nursing staff oversees the treatments at Success Weight Loss & Medspa, the atmosphere feels nothing like a doctor’s office. Operating under the belief that medically based beautification shouldn’t involve stress or discomfort, the center’s team supplements services, such as custom facials, bikini waxing, and nonsurgical weight-loss treatments, with relaxing elements including shea butter cream and hot towels infused with essential oils.
But Success Weight Loss & Medspa’s services aren’t all towels and butter. For instance, professional-grade ingredients revive tired complexions during facials, glow peels, and rejuvenating eye treatments. While clients kick back and relax, those ingredients get busy retexturing skin, drawing out oils, and erasing dark spots shaped like bull’s eyes, which attract cream pies. Success Weight Loss & Medspa also offers services such as customized airbrush tanning and teeth whitening.
The skilled staff—a veritable dream team of medical know-how—shepherds clients toward improved health by designing and leading custom weight-loss, nutrition, and fitness programs. Spread across four locations, the practice tailors comprehensive programs. Doctors, personal trainers, nutritionists, and artists who draw kettlebells onto clients' portraits to make them appear fit pool their disciplines to blast away excess pounds with methods birthed from the mind of science itself. Vitamin and amino-acid injections, ketone strips, appetite suppressants, and supplements are part of the weight loss program. Bio-identical hormones characterize the hormone-therapy program, which seeks to restore bodily balance more effectively than replacing legs with gyroscopes.
Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.
Picture People offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.
Colorful photos and breaking, in-depth stories of local, national, and global happenings populate the pages of The Tribune. Thorough reporters, photographers, and editors craft meticulous accounts and images of politics, business, and sports news, emphasizing community occurrences and compelling local features. They also keep readers in the know with up-to-date stories from around the world and the moon's most populous districts. Thorough weather coverage monitors maritime activity, and an events section highlights the local dining, arts, and nightlife scenes.
Roy Taylor wasn’t always an NASM-, NASCA-, AFAA-, and ACE-certified personal trainer. He was once a 6’5” kid who weighed 145 pounds. He combated his lankiness by working out, ultimately gaining 95 pounds of muscle. At Body Construction, which he founded in 1986, his current and former bodies both shape his personal training technique. Welcoming of all fitness levels, Roy and his trainers work with everyone from kids to members of the FBI. He leads intense, daily CrossFit classes as well as stocks his gym with machines and uses equipment such as tires, sledgehammers, and monkey bars during workouts.