Canada’s 7 Most Scenic Road Trips

This infographic from proposes seven road trips on the most scenic routes of Canada. These include Brandywine Falls, a stunning 230-foot waterfall located in Whistler; Miette Hot Springs, located in Jasper National Park and featuring the hottest mineral springs in the Canadian Rockies; and the one-hour hike around the Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park.

Gallons of Alcohol Consumed in the United States Per Capita

Alcohol consumption is a popular pastime in the United States. Craft beer, artisanal wines, and distilled spirits allow a myriad of choices for everyone. But do you know how much the average person drinks? The average American drinks about 2.3 gallons of pure ethanol per year. State by state, this average varies widely.

Cozy in a Cup: 15 Warm Drink Recipes to Banish the Winter Blues

With winter approaching, there will be a lot of hot cocoa drinking in the near future. This infographic presents a few variations on a classic recipe – like mint white hot chocolate, Nutella hot chocolate, or cookies and cream. And it also has a few cider, wine, and rum recipes as well. When the snow’s falling, there’s nothing sweeter than a warm cup of deliciousness!

What Happens an Hour After Your Cell Phone Is Taken Away

Our phones are intertwined in our lives, our habits and our identities. The results of scientific studies continue to demonstrate just how important phones have become to our daily lives. In this infographic, displays a timeline of what people experience an hour after their cell phone is taken away from them.

BBQ Etiquette: The Dos & Don’ts

Who can resist firing up the barbecue when the sun appears? Most people are only too willing to hang out in the garden on a glorious summer’s day, grilling juicy steaks and sipping chilled wine. But don’t get too relaxed. Even casual get-togethers have unwritten rules. Good behavior cannot be abandoned at the gate!

Women In Agriculture

More often than not when we hear the word farmer, we picture a ruddy man in wellington boots with a makeshift belt of baling twine. But this impression is as outdated as it is inaccurate. More and more farm workers are women, performing the crucial, though often unpaid, tasks that keep a farm running smoothly.