Summer is right around the corner, and that means summer vacation for kids and adults. Have you made your travel plans yet? If not, Travelex might have some ideas for you. They put together this infographic on how the world spends their vacations; how many people travel, where they go, how they get there and for how long.
It seems as though summer has come early this year. Now is the time to consider proper pool safety as June unfortunately usually sees a large number of drowning accidents. Created for the Perey Law Group, this infographic illustrates the importance of pool safety to prevent drowning accidents.
One in every five Americans is a woman living one of the country’s top 25 most populous metropolitan areas. A recent report by Measure of America gauged this vital demographic’s well-being and access to opportunities by analyzing the results of the American Human Development Index.
Thomas Cook can reveal that not only are holidaymakers benefiting from cheap holidays and better weather abroad than in the UK, but a better Euro rate means that travelers get 10 per cent more for their money in comparison to Staycations. This fun infographic reveals what the top three best value destinations are and how all inclusive holidays overseas are still the cheapest options for families looking to get away.
Keeping bikers and other road users safe on the roads is a cause most people actively support. Promoting awareness of motorcycle safety and bringing attention on how this can be enhanced collectively play an active role in motorcycle safety communications. Bennetts has just published an infographic supporting this very cause
The British monarchy is steeped in history, tradition – and cost. The money the monarchy surrenders back to the government (from the Crown Estate) makes up for these costs, but the figures are significant.It’s all laid out in the following infographic published by Confused.com.
What is a Schumer Box? It’s a cheat sheet for your credit card, an at-a-glance reference for fees, interest rates and other key points. But when it comes to personal finance, you sometimes need a cheat sheet on reading cheat sheets. NerdWallet did the homework for you: here’s our guide to reading and understanding the inscrutable Schumer Box.
We have all heard the statistics, that tuition keeps rising, while student debt continues to increase. In fact, the United States now has more total student loan debt then credit card debt. The good news? Borrowers are eager to provide students with loans to make their college aspirations a reality. The bad news? Those same students will graduate with thousands in loan payments. Unfortunately, students often do not recognize the full impact of taking on additional debt.
United Response takes a look into how the Government welfare reforms cuts in the United Kingdom will impact of the lives of those with learning disabilities.
What are “super foods” anyway? These are foods that are full of things that are good for our health – antioxidants, fiber and essential fatty acids. When consumed as part of a healthy, balanced diet, these superfoods can improve how our immune system functions and as such help prevent illnesses and reduce physical signs of aging.