Lifestyle Infographics



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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Dress for a Day at the Races

It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining. Buds are back on the trees, and as they open to leaves, the race track begins to call its fans back again. Whether you are getting ready for a Derby Day or dressing up for a night out at your local venue, the track has a fashion tradition that invites you to play. Try out one of the classic race day looks from this infographic.

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The State of Man

Average testosterone levels in men have been steadily declining over the past few decades. Sub-optimal T is at the root of this generation of men who are fat, slow, weak, depressed, and have difficulty getting it up. The reasons for this decline in manhood are diverse, but can largely be narrowed down to lifestyle factors such as nutrition, lack of exercise, sleep deprivation and elevated stress levels.

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Top Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Destinations

Four Loko surveyed 1,000 people, ages 21 to 70, about their destination bachelor and bachelorette parties. Of the people we surveyed, 78 percent of bachelors and 67 percent of bachelorettes said their party was more fun than the wedding. The goal was to find the top travel destinations for bachelor and bachelorette parties as well as finding out the top agendas for these events.

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The Curly Hair Main Event: You vs. Frizz

Some women with naturally curly hair are always fighting with frizz. Whatever they do, the frizz may return. The following infographic will show you the ways to enjoy more frizz-free days if you turn to curly hair products.

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All Smiles on Social? Don’t Be Fooled

Do you ever scroll through photos on social media and feel a twinge of jealousy about that person’s seemingly perfect life? You’re not alone! New research from safe.co.uk reveals over a third of us are affected by insecurities when we look through other people’s photos on social media, with 25-34 year olds feeling the pressure most.

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How Can Life Control Affect Your Happiness?

In today's uncertain political and economic climate, stability can seem like an unreachable dream. Short term lender Sunny commissioned the Life Control Index to discover how the control we have on our life can affect our happiness. This infographic from Sunny.co.uk...

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Men’s Seasonal Clothing Guide

What colors will reflect light in the summer? Which textures will keep you warm in the winter? How do you wear ‘seersucker’? Choosing men’s clothing to suit each season can be a challenge. Take a look at this seasonal style guide for men from Samuel Windsor, where they’ve tackled these clothing conundrums, so you can step into the seasons in style.

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Mapping NYC’s Diversity

Today, over 200 nationalities reside in New York City, making it one of the most ethnically and racially diverse places in the world. Throughout the years, an array of ethnic neighborhoods have blossomed into cultural hubs, teeming with worldly inspiration. From where to go in Little Odessa, what to eat in Little Senegal, what to do in K-Town, and much more – this infographic by Headout acts an ultimate guide to experiencing the world in NYC.

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Discover How to Live the Lagom Lifestyle

2016 was the year of Hygge, a Scandinavian lifestyle that became a phenomenon and spawned millions of books, tweets, articles and Instagram posts. While there was no literal translation of Hygge, it generally means “a cosy lifestyle.” But now there’s a new Swedish lifestyle kid on the block. Meet Lagom (pronounce la, like far and gom, like Tom.). Lagom is the Goldilocks of lifestyles, and generally means, “not too much, not too little, Just right.

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Essential Men’s Boots Guide

Do you know your Chukkas from your Chelsea boots? Should you choose crepe or commando soles? What are the six toe types available? Men’s boots are available in a wide choice of styles, and it can be hard to choose the right pair. Take a look at this easy-to-use men’s boots guide from Samuel Windsor and you’ll be boot boss in no time.

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How Do Glasses Work

Have you ever wondered about the science behind corrective lenses? 75% of Americans need corrective lenses to keep their surroundings in focus, but understanding how glasses work begins with the mechanics of the eye. Learn more about how glasses work in this infographic from Frames Direct.

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Divorce Rates

Not many think of divorce when standing across from a lover, anxious to seal the deal. Unfortunately, the USA has a very high rate of divorce compared to other countries around the world. Provided in this infographic by The Law Office of A. Sam Jubran, P.A. are some stats that are informative and interesting.

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