Life on Earth depends on air, water and food, but our current lifestyle depends on elements like molybdenum or strontium, just to name a couple. The rest is in this infographic.
If you were to have your last party, ever – how many people would be there in attendance? If this question itself is unsettling it is because you want your life to have an impact. A big one. But how do you count the impact of a life? Here is a rough estimation from the folks at Funders and Founders.
We know roughly how we spend our days – 8 hours at work, maybe half an hour in traffic, a few hours watching TV in the evening. Exec Blog thought it’d be interesting to look at it from a different perspective – how do you spend your time over the course of your whole life? The most shocking find was that Americans spend 9 years in front of the TV. It makes you think about how you spend your time. Are you giving time to the things you really care about?
For some people, pets are their best friends. They provide unconditional love and companionship. But for those who aren’t pet owners – listen up. Owning a pet can have significant physical and mental health benefits. They can help you to live longer and even relieve stress and anxiety. This infographic presented by Carlton Hobbs illustrates how saving a pet might save your life.