8 Things You Didn’t Know Your Plants Can Do

Plants have some incredible abilities that increase our joy, bring out a better quality of life and can potentially increase our life expectancy. Research from NASA has found that some household plants can remove toxic substances and clean the air around us. Serenataflowers.com has created this infographic outlining the life changing benefits of having plants in your home.

Thanksgiving By The Numbers

With the average Thanksgiving meal containing a whopping 3000 calories over the traditional 2000-2500 per day, no wonder why we all hit the couch for a nap or some football. Plexus Worldwide has created this Thanksgiving themed infographic that breaks down the traditional holiday meal from consumption to calories.

Carving Up the Cost of Turkey

According to a recent study by Couponbox.com, approximately 1.78 billion pounds of turkey are wasted at the consumer level every year in the United States. At $1.62 per pound, that’s $2.9 billion worth of uneaten turkey every year. The study highlights these numbers and other turkey statistics and has been released as an infographic along with five tips on how to save money on food preparation all year round.

6 Healthy Delicious Ways To Enjoy Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a vegetable we generally only think about but once a year – bringing with it the sweet, comforting aroma of warm pumpkin lattes, pumpkin breads and pumpkin pie. In this infographic, discover six surprising health benefits of pumpkin and five simple ways to enjoy both the flesh and the seeds.

Which City Is Right For You?

With so many great places to travel to, oftentimes it can be difficult to decide where to go on your next vacation. Cities can be as different as people’s personalities. The following infographic from CiyPass is designed to help you take the guesswork out of your next travel adventure and find out just which city is right for you.

How Long is a Marathon? The Marathon Distance in Perspective

The following infographic gives a fun visual representation of the extreme distances covered during a marathon. It outlines various food items, their estimated calorie counts, and the amount of time you’d need to run to burn off the calories from pigging out on those foods. It also compares running a marathon with everyday tasks like taking notes in class or sitting at your desk and typing at work.