The eggnog is gone, gifts are on their way to being exchanged, and the thought of even one more cookie makes you see double. Yes, the holidays are over. But then you get your first credit card bill of the new year. Yikes! You didn’t realize you did that much shopping! Now what? No need to panic! Speedy Cash has some tips below that will help you pay off those holiday expenses.
It’s that time of year and as everyone knows, Santa will be visiting extremely soon. Everyone has a different attitude towards Christmas, from the extreme enthusiast to “The Grinch” (<– this is me). In highlight of this, iHug has created a fun quiz / infographic which lets you discover what type of Christmas character you are.
Christmas movies have a long and robust lineage in the history of the film industry. In recent decades, we have been blessed with a wide spectrum of Christmas-related films, starring some of our favorite actors and voice artists. Confused.com takes a look at the most popular examples.
In this infographic from SalesForce.com, take the journey from the top of the org chart to the bottom to see how Santa and his crew prepared for this year’s big night. Collaboration is key to any organization, including the North Pole operations. Using a variety of tools, organizations can collaborate on projects just as effectively as Santa this year
One of the best parts about the holiday season is the Christmas lights. Whether it is decorating your home using the best LED Christmas lights or going out to see the craziest houses in your hometown, it’s fun to see what creative Christmas lovers can come up with. TheLAShop.com has created this infographic to showcase some of the best places to go see the holiday lights as well as some fun displays around the world for you to see.
UberSignal has put together some interesting information about the Christmas tree, including the history, real vs. fake, fun facts, famous trees, and more, all presented in the following infographic.
How do people buy their Christmas presents? Ho much do they spend? How fast would Santa have to travel to visit every home at Christmas? Find out all you need to know about the festive period in the following infographic by AllFancyDress.
Christmas is just ahead of us and most Americans are close to finishing their shopping. Did you know that the Americans spend an average of $770 on gifts? That’s more than in European countries such as Holland, Germany, and the UK as well as in South Africa. Also, 88% of Americans put up a Christmas tree every year and 51% of them are strongly religious.
Some may say that only working one day a year is easy, however this may not be the case for poor old Santa Claus this Christmas Eve. With all the rushing around trying to deliver all the presents in time for Christmas morning it seems that Santa Claus may not be taking health and safety into consideration. With all the slippery roofs, open flames and hazardous Christmas tree lights Santa actually has a rather dangerous job. First4Lawyers has created the following infographic to look at the seven perils of being Santa this festive season.
ave you spent the past six twelve months dreaming of a white Christmas? If you’re like 72% of travelers who planned their December vacations on FlipKey, then chances are that you’re imagining white-sand beaches and colorful bathing suits, not frosted pine trees and ugly sweaters. While chilly northern cities like New York, Paris, and Breckenridge stand out as top destinations this season, most travelers are heading to the tropics for the holidays.
Just in time for Christmas, Barker and Stonehouse has put together the following infographic which includes some weird and wonderful facts about Christmas dinners’ throughout the ages.
Giving gadgets and toys as Christmas presents has been popular for decades. This infographic from Maplin shows some of the most popular Christmas gifts for each decade from the 1960s through to the 2000s. And we take a look at some of the gadgets and toys that will be popular for 2012.
Every Christmas tradition begins somewhere, and those of us who follow Christmas tree trends know that more and more families are building their holiday traditions around artificial Christmas trees. Find out who’s buying artificial, where they live, and why more and more people are choosing artificial in Tree Classics’ infographic of real vs fake artificial Christmas tree facts.
Christmas is one of most popular days of the year to get engaged as people want it to be extra special. Take a look at this infographic from WeddingSite. Some of the wedding statistics are quite surprising.