The results are in – you can finally choose which university you’ll be heading to in September, you can relax and let the daydreams of all the fun yet to be had begin. That is, until you start to think about packing. This infographic is a guide to packing for university and features tips on what things first timers should pack into their suitcase.
Think you know everything about beer? Well Aall In Limo & Party Bus compiled a list of the most interesting and quirky facts less known about beer so you can discuss them with your drinking buddies on your next night out enjoying a good cold beer.
There’s a long discussion on the negative effects and risks of co sleeping. This often results to people forgetting how co sleeping can help a family, especially the mom and the baby. Here is an infographic from AfterSchool.ae on how co sleeping can help.
Driving in Europe isn’t that different to driving in the UK, once you get used to driving on the opposite side of the road! ATS Euromaster guides you through some of the Great European Drives you should embark on.
Is it worth going to university? Yes and no. You might come out with a hefty amount of debt, but you’ll learn some skills and make yourself appealing to employers. But it’s not for everyone. In this infographic, The Training Room looks at what Universities can and can’t teach you.
In this infographic, the folks at Asset Panda take a look at asset tracking for churches and non-profit organizations. It examines the costs of running a church, average budget allocations, and what asset tracking can do for a church including the overall benefits or asset tracking.
With the rise of distance-learning and with changes to textbook formats (rentals, eBooks, and customized packages) and greater interactivity in the form of cheaper more-powerful more-portable computing all happening right now, the folks at CampusBooks.com wanted to examine the relationships between college students and technology. Here’s what they found.
Is bar soap harsh on your skin? Is body wash more economical? In this infographic, Dr. Squatch Soap Co. debunks five common myths about soap.
How many “things,” including your body, can you communicate with through a device? And will a smartwatch become more like a wearable woven into your garments, contact lenses or implanted into your body? Whatever the eventual device, it is manufacturers that play a lead role in translating technologies into new products for tomorrow.
The following infographic by Ninja Essays will show you what the preferred writing tools of famous writers are. It seems that they like to stick to the basics, so maybe we should all take their example.
When it comes to choosing the right color for your living room, bedroom or even your business it’s important that the colour represents what your trying to achieve. From the dawn of tyrannical multinational business, color has helped brands progress. Why?
Once you face the fact that no one likes to work for a living, you can start to see what it is that makes people tick. When nothing seems to be working and your employees still have a look of silent desperation it might be time to take a closer look at what is causing their unhappiness.
Mental health issues and mental illness has become as prevalent in pop culture as it is in real life. This has been made possible by increased awareness, understanding and acceptance of our modern culture. These days, nearly every television show, movie, comic or novel has a main character living with mental health issues, but just like in real life, these issues are not always immediately apparent or noticeable.
Cramping is an involuntary temporary strong muscle contraction that causes severe pain. These may last for a few seconds to minutes. Are cramps normal during pregnancy? Yes, however getting severe cramps could be a cause of some concern. Here are effective tips to prevent pains and cramps during pregnancy.