Lifestyle Infographics

What Do Women REALLY Want For Valentine’s Day?

Not sure what to get your sweetie for Valentine’s Day? Pronto.com polled 100 men and women to find out what they REALLY want this year. They also asked about the best and worst presents they’ve ever received and it is all laid out in the infographic below.

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19 Types of Christians

People wear their “religion” in different capacities. While some are deeply devout on a daily basis, others may only pray in times of great desperation. Some seek to eliminate humanity’s wrongs while others seek to prove humanity itself wrong. Take a look at these 19 typical types of Christians from Online Christian Colleges and see if you fit or break the mold–or know someone who does.

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Valentine’s Day By the Numbers

Are you among the 62% of adults who say they celebrate Valentine’s Day? Discover the history of the most romantic day of the year, and find out just how much sparkling wine, chocolate and candy Americans purchase in its honor within this infographic from History.com.

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Learning Japanese: Steps to Success & Fluency

Learning Japanese is no easy task, but with a systematic approach, determination and practice, you can reach native-like level without even noticing it. This infographic provides an overview of the language, proficiency tests, and steps to fluency.

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The 2012 Guide to Dating: Everything You Need to Know

This infographic covers everything you need to know about dating in the New Year. It highlights the top 10 cities to find a date in 2012, the most popular first date ideas this year and the best practices for online dating. Today there are more ways than ever to meet someone so it’s the year to pick what works for you and put yourself out there!

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What’s In Your Trash?

Americans generated more than 250 tons of garbage in 2010, and as much as 90% of waste can bypass the landfill through recycling and waste incineration. This infographic from Bolt Insurance covers some helpful information and will help you to visualize and retain this important information about what is in your trash.

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Valentine’s Day Rocks or Sucks

When it comes to Valentine’s Day you either love it or hate it. Here are some reasons why Valentine’s Day rocks/sucks for both couples and singles. For couples you either love the whole production of the day or you feel pressured to be romantic and buy gifts. And if you’re single you either get together with your friends and celebrate SAD (Single Awareness Day) or you feel guilted and lonely by this forced commercial holiday.

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One Isn’t the Loneliest Number This Valentine’s Day

Once all the New Year’s Eve celebrations are wrapped up, only one other day brings as much anxiety and awareness of singlehood – Valentine’s Day. February 14th is fast approaching, along with its endless stream of couples, roses, chocolates and hearts. But instead of wallowing in sorrow over being a party of one, take comfort in a new survey conducted by Pew Research. Turns out, more Americans are single than ever before. This infographic from CouponCabin takes a look at this research.

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Finding Love in the Digital Age

With online dating being the third most popular way for singles to meet beyond friends and family in 2010 (according to Match.com), along with sex and intimacy drastically being affected by the Internet and the digital age,the Sexual Recovery Institute has used its expertise to capture this trending topic by creating an infographic.

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College and the Drunken Coed

In this infographic from Total DUI, learn which campuses across the nation actually expel you for DUI as well as some other interesting facts and figures related to college drinking.

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