Finance

The Most Popular Fundraising Ideas for Schools

0 Comments 28 September 2016

When it comes to donating money to charitable causes, the people of the UK are renowned for their generosity. This infographic from IQ Cards takes a closer look at fundraising, in particular school fundraising, and shares some of the most common, and effective ways to help keep your child’s place of learning performing at the best possible level.

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Motoring, Travel

Funny Warning Signs from Around the World

0 Comments 28 September 2016

This infographic from My Safety Sign reveals the lighter side of warning signs by taking a look at some of the funniest examples from roadsides around the world. It seems the US has quite the sense of humour when it comes to warning drivers of impending danger, while the UK clearly favours irony.

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Business

30 Effective Social Media Tactics

0 Comments 28 September 2016

If you are interested in learning more about how to promote your company on social media then you will love this infographic from the folks at Feldman Creative. The infographic starts off by providing social media statistics and then goes on to offer 30 effective social media marketing tips such as optimise your pages and […]

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Random

A Timeline to Having a Successful Move

0 Comments 22 September 2016

Moving house is one of life’s most stressful events. So why is it then that the average Briton will move house eight times in their lifetime? Well, there are many reasons – work commitments and increased family size being among the most common. This infographic from Serenity Movers aims to take the stress away and help you […]

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Motoring

The Evolution of the Motorcycle Helmet

0 Comments 14 September 2016

As a motorcyclist, the best thing you can do to protect yourself is to wear a helmet every time you are out on the road. Studies have shown that bikers that wear their helmets are 29% less likely to be fatally injured in a crash, and are 3 x less likely to sustain a traumatic […]

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Travel

Travel Hacks for the Modern Woman

0 Comments 14 September 2016

Whether you’re planning a long weekend in Paris, or a 6 month trip around the world, there will always be a fair amount of preparation involved. From making decisions about what to pack through to how best to stay connected, it can all seem rather overwhelming. Panic not! The team at ChloBo Jewellery have put together this fabulous infographic […]

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Health

9 Reasons We Can’t Sleep Well

0 Comments 13 September 2016

When you’ve had a long day at work, there’s nothing you crave more than a good night’s sleep. But it’s often easier said than done. This infographic from Banner Mattress looks at nine common issues that affect the quality of our sleep, and provides us with some very effective solutions.

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Business

What Does it Take to Get a Job at Google?

0 Comments 24 August 2016

Here is a insightful infographic from the people at JobVine offering statistics and information to help you get a job at Google. Find out how many resumes Google receives each year, the process of getting hired at Google, examples of Google’s crazy interview questions, and more. Via – Estate Agent Jobs

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Finance

The Real Cost of Donald Trump’s Wall

0 Comments 18 August 2016

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s plans to ‘Make America Great Again’ employ a large proportion of xenophobic views and policies, including talk of building a 1,000-mile-long wall to physically separate the US from their Mexican neighbours. This shocking proposal has divided opinions, even amongst his own supporters, but he is adamant that this is the way forward for […]

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Health

10 Surprising Health Benefits of Mustard

0 Comments 17 August 2016

It’s strange to think that one of the most overlooked healthy ingredients happens to be one of the most common. We’re talking about mustard, a condiment usually added to hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches and salads, and sometimes mixed with flavourings and spices. This infographic from Wishing U Well takes a closer look at some of the most surprising health benefits […]

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Health

9 Reasons Kissing is Good For Your Health

0 Comments 17 August 2016

As if kissing wasn’t enjoyable enough, it turns out that there are actually a number of ways it can benefit our health and wellbeing. From helping us lose weight to extending our life expectancy, you’ll find them all in this infographic from Erase Repair.

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Sport

Professional Athletes Who Have Served America

0 Comments 17 August 2016

For some people, excelling in their chosen careers simply isn’t enough. What allows them to truly fulfil their lives is the chance to serve their country in any way they can. Throughout history, people from all walks of life have enlisted in the military, even those who are very much in the public eye. This patriotic infographic […]

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Health

4 Ways to Build Muscle Mass on a Vegetarian Diet

0 Comments 15 August 2016

In addition to a strict training regime, one of the proven ways we can increase muscle mass is by adopting a diet rich in protein. This can be done through consuming a decent amount of meat and fish. But what if you’re a vegetarian, and these kinds of foods are simply not an option? This infographic presented by NO Max […]

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Health

8 Health Benefits of Kissing

0 Comments 15 August 2016

Studies show that couples who make time for passionate kissing on a daily basis tend to have happier and healthier relationships compared to those who don’t. But there are many other reasons why kissing is great, including a range of health benefits as revealed in this infographic from Renewing Serum CE.

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Health

Health Benefits of Vitamin D

0 Comments 11 August 2016

We’re all too aware of the negative effects of too much sun exposure, but what about the benefits? For example, vitamin D. Of course, too much exposure can be harmful, but it doesn’t mean we have to avoid the sun completely. Our bodies require just a small amount of sunlight on a regular basis to absorb enough vitamin D to […]

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