Lifestyle Infographics



50 Empowering Quotes From Fictional Female Characters

Here is a collection of inspirational quotes by fictional female characters from movies, TV shows, video games, literature, and more. It includes a vibrant medley of beloved characters such as superheroes, teachers, mothers, warriors, FBI agents, children, princesses, pilots, Jedi, students, fish, and beyond.

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How Does Gambling Affect the Human Brain?

Can gambling be a good thing for the human brain? The act of “betting” provides enough stress to maintain the brain in good form. Additionally, it releases dopamine in the body. There are of course some unwanted side effects, and probably the most feared of these is betting dependence. The following infographic looks at how gambling affects the human brain.

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Ultimate ‘80s — How to Recreate Your Favorite Retro Style

Thinking back to the hair and fashion styles of the 1980s is certainly cringe-worthy. The big hair and bold colors were over the top. But the 1980s don’t need to be an embarrassing part of fashion history. Instead, the decade can be a source of inspiration for edgy, modern styles. Taking the best aspects from the ‘80s, here are four modern takes on classic ’80s hairstyles.

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Beating Busy

Are you busier than a Mad Hatter on a particularly busy day?  Alive With Ideas is sharing some curiously effective and deliciously life-changing tips from BUSY – How to thrive in a world of too much by Tony Crabbe and have put together this visually enticing taster of what BUSY has to offer, courtesy of Alice, the White Rabbit and The Mad Hatter.

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Santa’s Xmas Eve Plate Of Treats

Santa has a busy time on Christmas Eve to say the least, so it’s important he’s well fed and watered on his journey. Many of us leave out a little treat for St Nick and his reindeer, but just how much does Santa get through? This infographic by Christmas Tree World details Santa’s travels around the UK and shows just how much he consumes.

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Preventing Falls This Winter

Winter can be a time for celebration but also caution for older adults. For those who are unsteady on their feet or lack confidence in their balance it can be quite scary. Falls in older adults can be very debilitating and this can lead to a fear of falling that prevents older adults from leaving their houses at this time of year. However the weather should not be a reason to stay indoors.

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Bad Practices You Thought Were Good For You

Back in the olden days, we were told that a lot of things were good for us, when they REALLY weren’t. Take a look at this infographic from Grey Haze that highlights products that were, at the time, supposed to help cure everything from coughs and colds to even cancer.

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5 Benefits of Volunteering

Did you know that volunteering is scientifically proven to make you happier? Whether you volunteer in your community, with animals or in nature, there are many benefits that come with the act of volunteerism. Check out Reward Volunteers infographic for a look into the top 5 benefits of volunteering.

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14 Unique Ideas to Spend Time With Family During Christmas

It is an established fact that spending quality time with your family will strengthen your bond and make you feel happy. Christmas and the holidays provide us with an excellent opportunity to spend time with our family. But how do you make sure that you are passing a quality time? The following infographic shows some of the most exciting ways to spend time with your family during Christmas.

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Christmas Special – Evolution Of Santa Claus

Excited about the upcoming Christmas? Then, this year kick-start the fun while getting an impressive view of the evolution of adorable Santa Claus. Just get a glimpse of the accompanying infographic to know your favorite ‘father of Christmas’ astoundingly. It reveals every interesting fact of the whole episode of ‘How did Santa come into existence?’ in the keenest way ever.

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How a Sense of Community Belonging Impacts the Brain

A new study performed by AloRecovery suggests that the sense of belonging in a community sparks the desire to connect and congregate among most people included in the survey. In addition to that, pretty much since the dawn of time, communities help form the foundation for health relationships. Read more, about the most interesting finds of this amazing study in this infographic.

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How to Win an Argument Every Time (According to Science)

Winning an argument isn’t easy. Even if you have the best points, it can be difficult to get the edge if you lack experience debating. The human personality is a complex thing, and to win an argument means not just knowing your case but how to put it across. The following infographic is a thorough guide to winning an argument, whatever the scenario.

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The State of Marriage Counseling

New data from MidAmerica Nazarene University sheds light on the taboo topic of marriage counseling and reveals some very promising statistics. They surveyed 1,000 Americans who are engaged, married or divorced, asking about everything from which partner usually initiates it to what misconceptions they have about why other couples go to counseling.

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Cleaning Your Home in Less Than an Hour

Sometimes you don't have enough time to clean your house thoroughly. You may work long hours and simply can't get around to household tasks that seem to keep piling up. In this infographic by Half Price, learn how to clean a house quickly. [Click image for full size...

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