More than 1/3 of Americans are obese, according to the CDC, which is most likely due to our sedentary lifestyles, high-calorie foods, and large portions. Obesity is the leading preventable cause of death worldwide. Part of the problem is diet, but also a huge part of the problem in America is portion sizes. We did … Read more
The History of Interior Design Everyone wants their homes to look nice. From the cavemen to the Egyptians and the Baroque to Regency, people across the ages have witnessed a remarkable transformation of daily life and domestic decoration. Indulging in lavish décor and rich colors, interior design has seen a fine array of styles as … Read more
Did you know that there are more than 50,000 centenarians (people who are 100 years and older) living in the U.S. and the number is growing? With more people living longer, it’s impossible not to be curious about the cause. While genetics play a role in longevity, more and more people wonder if a centenarian … Read more
The brain has been called the largest sex organ for good reason. Thanks to it’s “pleasure center,” the brain tells us when an experience is enjoyable, but that’s not all. Take a look at the many ways the brain impacts sex. Brought to you by medicalbillingandcoding.org.
We’ve all heard of the food pyramid for health, but if it’s an academic success you’re after, check out the student success pyramid and see what you can do to improve your educational experience. Students are constantly bombarded with the population saying “College is hard.” Gone are the days of understanding the value of an … Read more
My post, How to Build a Square Foot Garden, was a big hit with other first time gardeners. Since spring is really just kicking into gear, I thought we’d revisit the square foot garden with a graphical step by step guide. Along with updated materials and construction diagrams, we’ve also added a plant list, extra tips, … Read more
Here are some great work hacks for reducing stress and improving efficiency. Getting ahead in your career doesn’t always mean sucking up to the boss or putting in 60 hours a week. Some simple mental tricks can improve your efficiency and the quality of your work – without keeping you in the office all night. For … Read more
Color increases brand recognition by 80%. But what does color mean? Understanding colors and how they relate to your target audience (age, class, gender) will help you create a stronger brand palette. All colors fit into three categories; cool, warm, and neutral. While you can select all your colors from the same group, it is … Read more
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is often portrayed in the shape of a pyramid. With the largest and most fundamental levels of needs at the bottom. The need for self-actualization at the top. This infographic takes Maslow’s theory and looks at the social media tools that fulfill these needs. Brought to you by ticsyformacion.com.
When you watch live sports on TV have you ever wondered “How did they get that perfect replay?” This Infographic explains the standard camera positions and responsibilities of each during live sports action. We cover the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, Horse Racing and Soccer…each is very different! Brought to you by sportstvjobs.com