So you've been with that beautiful man or woman (that you've been saying is the love of your life since you met him or her) for a while now. There's a question you should probably start figuring out the answer to. No, it isn't where you should propose, though you might want to worry about that too. The question is if you should, or would, marry your significant other.
There's a lot to consider when it comes to getting married, including the cost of the wedding itself, the cost of a wedding ring, the stress and tension of hitting a deadline and the possibility that it may be too much for the other person. Don't start being down on yourself just yet, though. Here's an infographic to help you decide whether or not it's time to ask the question.
Graphic Courtesy of Allstate
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So you've been with that beautiful man or woman (that you've been saying is the love of your life since you met him or her) for a while now. There's a question you should probably start figuring out the answer to. No, it isn't where you should propose, though you might want to worry about that too. The question is if you should, or would, marry your significant other.Read More »from Is it Time to Pop the Question? [Flowchart]
While it might not be a surprise that some employees waste time at work, it might be surprising to find out how and why many workers slack off every now and then. Another eye-opening aspect to consider is how much the company is paying for these unproductive hours that slip by without notice. To get a better idea of the phenomenon, this infographic by Tempo explores the relevant data and offers advice on how to curb time-wasting in the workplace.
Graphic Courtesy of Tempo
- Brittany Klontz | Love + Sex – Wed, Apr 4, 2012 3:27 PM EDT
By now, we all know to be careful about what we post online because it can affect our personal and professional lives. But did you know that your latest Facebook update or a quick Tweet could land you in legal trouble? More and more, attorneys are using information garnered from social media as evidence in court. In fact, since 2010, social media has been a key part of nearly 700 cases. Here, you'll find more shocking statistics, as well as some descriptions of past cases that have used social media. For example, a woman on trial for a drunk driving accident was sentenced to two years in prison after prosecutors found photos of her drinking on MySpace. You'll also see how social media has played a role in some key divorce cases, such as with Stephen and Courtney Gallion, in which a judge ordered them to turn over their the passwords to their Facebook and online dating accounts to get the truth about their relationship. We're pretty sure these people have learned their lesson aboutRead More »from Social Media Evidence Used in Divorce Cases [infographic]
Beauty for many women is a powerful and influential aspect of their life. The demand for quality and alluring makeup styles attracts a diverse market and with it comes the need for broad advertising methods. So, what are the companies who create beauty products doing to get gussied up for their customers?Read More »from The Beauty of Social Media [infographic]
Many designers and popular makeup companies have joined the social media revolution. From Facebook to Twitter to fashion blogs, the wealth of information is connecting customers in new ways and giving them insight into their favorite brands. With growing interest in finding products through social networking, it has become apparent that beauty is big deal. This infographic by Schoenheitsklinik.de explores the intricacies of this market as it pertains to social media platforms.
Graphic Courtesy of Schoenheitsklinik.de
We've all heard the phrase "a bird's eye view" used to describe a certain perspective or vantage point - but have you ever considered what a bird actually sees, in terms of forms, colors, and light? In this infographic, we take a scientific look at how different animals see the world, ranging from domestics like cats and dogs to snakes, horses, zebras, insects, crustaceans, birds and sharks. You'll learn about their range of sight, what colors they process, and how the different components of the eyes function. Along with some interesting stats and tidbits - Did you know that dragonflies and praying mantises have 30,000 lenses in their eyes? - we also present some striking visuals to help you understand the difference between our sight and that of the animal kingdom.Read More »from How Our Pets See the World
Graphic Courtesy of Mezzmer Eyeglasses
If you want something done right, you better do it yourself...that's what some business owners will tell you these days. Perhaps they've been burned by bad employees in the past, but did they do their homework in the first place? The interviewing and hiring process is an extremely crucial step for ensuring that companies add the right employees to their teams, as you'll see in this infographic from Business.com.
Here, you'll discover some shocking statistics about current unemployment rates-as well as some jaw-dropping figures about applicant and employee misdeeds. For example, did you know that 53% of job applicants list untruths on their resumes, or that 75% of employees steal from their employers at least once? But there is hope. Here we provide instructions for creating a standardized screening process for all applicants, from background checks to job expectations to interviewing procedures. It may take a little more legwork early on, but these careful practices may save youRead More »from Tips for Building a Dependable Workforce
No man is an island...especially thanks to today's widespread use of social media. The same goes for relationships. Whether you're hooking up, breaking up, or making up, sites like Facebook play a huge role in sharing your love life with friends, family, and the world - for better or for worse. Here is an infographic courtesy of Julianna Rae that takes a look at the different ways that social media influences relationships today, from meeting and dating to marrying and divorcing. Plus, we offer some statistics that might shock you. For example, did you know that 60% of Facebook users list themselves as being in some sort of relationship? Or that 80% of lawyers in a survey reported that social media is playing a bigger and bigger role in court cases? After reading this eye-opening infographic, you might be a little more cautious about what aspects of your love life you share with the world...or not.Read More »from Social Media's Growing Impact on Relationships
Graphic Courtesy of Julianna Rae - Luxury Lingerie
Every dog deserves a bone once in a while, and every cat a bit of nip. After all, isn't giving your pet a treat one of the highlights of pet ownership - and one of the simple pleasures in life? But it's important to think twice before tossing Fido some scraps from the dinner table or just grabbing a bag of treats from the sale bin.Read More »from Treating Your Pets to Treats: Dos and Dont's
With the help of this infographic courtesy of eBay Classifieds, we take a look at what commonly found ingredients you should avoid, ranging from preservatives and artificial colors to fillers and byproducts. Then we share some simple ways to swap out potentially dangerous foods for naturally healthy ones. For example, did you ever consider making your pet's food? It's very healthy and fairly easy. Follow some of these tips, and we bet your pet will thank you...in more ways than one.
Graphic Courtesy of eBay Classifieds