Lifestyle Infographics

11 Qualities of Super Successful People

There are people who chase after success throughout their lives, but never achieve it. Then there are those who set examples for others by achieving their dreams. The million dollar question here is; what is it that makes some people successful and others not? Is it hard work alone or is it actually all about luck?

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How Pornography Affects the Teenage Brain

There is a rising problem of pornography addiction in teens. By viewing sexually pornographic material, teens are susceptible to countless psychological, emotional, and physiological disorders and issues. This infographic is designed to help you better understand the chemical effects that pornography has on teenagers.

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The Science of Peer Pressure

Everyone faces the challenges of peer pressure. From childhood, right through to adulthood, both negative and positive effects can be felt. There’s a lot of research and science behind the influence others can have on us, and in this infographic, the team at WoodenToyShop looks at how you can help your child navigate the demands of these everyday pressures.

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12 Science-Based Health Benefits of Low-Carb Ketogenic Diets

Thinking about finally taking the big step of changing to a low-carb or ketogenic diet? The thought of learning new recipes, shopping for new ingredients, and giving up old foods that you enjoy can be incredibly daunting. But as it turns out, there is plenty of incentive in the form of remarkable health benefits for low-carb diets.

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The Science Behind Eye Color

Do your brown eyes make you excel at tennis? It turns out there’s a lot more to eye color than meets the eye. A person’s eyes can sometimes reveal more than words ever can. Learn more about the science behind eye color in this infographic from Frames Direct.

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What’s Your Volunteer Personality? Take the Quiz

Whether you’re outgoing, book smart, adventurous or artistic, your unique attributes are displayed through your actions in life. What better way to use your strengths than by channeling them during volunteer activities? Finding a volunteer opportunity that’s right for you is tough, but luckily Reward Volunteers have created this fun quiz to help find your volunteer personality.

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68 Facial Hair Styles for Men

Here’s a chart put together by BaldingBeards that provides a basic rundown of every facial hair style. You can use it to guide you as you consider the many options for your facial hair.

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16 Types of Camper

From the super efficient camp organizer to the rough and ready caveman camper, Cool of the Wild presents 16 of the most common types of camper in a colorful and humorous infographic.

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15 Heartwarming Reasons to Go Hug Your Mom Right Now

Mom is one of the closest persons to us in the world. She dedicated the best years of her life helping us to become the person who we are today. We may have never thought about acknowledging the amazing things she did for us. To be reminded of her sacrifice for your life, has created an infographic about the best reasons why you need to go hug your mom right now.

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20 Everyday Hacks To Make Life Easier

When the world’s little problems challenges you, stand up and show who’s the boss with these 20 everyday hacks from Girl Gone Wife to make your life easier. Roll down and spare a moment, just to make sure that, next time when some thing little bothers you, you are ready to knock it down.

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Teen Internet Addiction: How Much Internet is Too Much

With the Internet being a channel that teens use everyday from multiple devices, how can we know when it has become an addiction? Teen internet addiction is a serious issue that can lead to mental illness and more addictions. It’s important to recognize when your teen may be struggling with an addiction to the internet, and to know how to best help them detach and unplug from the online world that can negatively affect them psychologically, behaviorally, and socially.

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Spend Money On Experiences, Not Things

Multiple studies have shown that we not only enjoy purchases of experiences more than material things, but that this pleasure starts in the anticipation leading up to the event – way before the actual experience. It also lingers long after the event is over. But why is this the case? Well, one major reason lies in the fact that major experiences become a part of our identity, and we enjoy telling the story (which can be done over and over again in the future).

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Social Media’s Impact On Teens Today

Social media does incredible things for teens today, but can also do harm by lessening a one’s self esteem. This can lead to addictions, mental illness, eating disorders, and other dangerous behavior. By knowing how social media can impact your teen’s self esteem, you can prepare to be more capable of helping your teen overcome and avoid the negative effects.

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