11 Incredible Reasons to Have Friends at Work [infographic]

December 14, 2014 |  by  |  Business, Health  |  No Comments
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Did you know one-third of Americans have met a close friend at work? You’re not surprised? You’ve made a close friend at work before? So have I! I recently moved from working-at-home to a co-working space and the difference has been drastic. My productivity has gone through the roof. The social aspect not only makes working no longer seem like it drags on all day, but creates an environment for collaboration. We’re all in start-ups or freelancing, and everyone has some skill they’ve seemed to master.

I’ve also worked in traditional office environments, as well as extremely fast-paced service industry jobs. I feel that making friends is vital in all working environments, and no matter the job at hand, I’ve been able to make a few. Sometimes my friendships end the moment one of us leave the job, and sometimes they become lifelong relationships.

Working in a community improves moral, it improves happiness, and most importantly to the company, it improves the employee’s connection with the firm.

I’ve always believed that having a friendly, casual atmosphere at work and keeping your employees healthy can create great employee chemistry. Having company outings where employees get to socialize and ‘be themselves’ are critical. [via]

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Life Hacks for Hangovers [infographic]

December 13, 2014 |  by  |  Entertainment, Food  |  No Comments
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What is the world’s best hangover cure? Is there a surefire way to ensure you wake up well rested and clear headed after a night of one too many? Some say yes; I say maybe. My key is to hydrate. Like this infographic recommends, the one to one rule works wonders. That means you should have one glass of water after every alcoholic drink you consume. Which is great, unless you hate feeling bloated and taking a trip to pee every few minutes. My roommate prefers the ‘more than water’ method. A big ol’ cold Gatorade in the morning seems to help him though. The electrolytes help, I’m sure.

I’ve also heard Sprite is a natural hangover cure because of what it does to your body. Sprite actually speeds up an enzyme called aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH). This results in alcohol being broken down quicker, and therefore a shorter hangover time. I’ve tried it and I call bullshit, but it is science. Wondering what the science behind a hangover is? Check out this infographic.

There actually is one foolproof hangover cure I forgot to mention. Staying sober. Be the designated driver for your friends and laugh at all of the stupid antics. I guarantee you’ll be the only one ready for a morning run.[via]

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Everything You Need to Know About America’s Oil & Gas Economy [infographic]

December 12, 2014 |  by  |  Business, Environmental  |  1 Comment
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Gas is so cheap right now, I’m laughing at every Tesla driver on the road. Just kidding… Every few years, we have an oil surplus and gas gets cheap for six months or so, then it miraculously starts to get more expensive. Two years later, and we’re seeing the most expensive gasoline in history. Don’t call me a pessimist, it just always happens like that.

Enough of my gas price complaining though – I’ve got plenty more things to complain about with the oil industry. FRACKING FRACKING FRACKING. That’s all I hear about these days. The good, the bad, and the ugly. I’ve had oil barons speak to my classes claiming, with extreme confidence, that fracking doesn’t hurt the environment. This just isn’t true. There are piles of evidence against fracking at the moment. Maybe there is a better way to frack, but I feel like my state of Texas is really feeling the unregulated force of the oil industry. Denton, a Texas town near Dallas, has completely banned fracking by public vote. Talk about democracy. It’s this type of political action that will ultimately quell the oil companies.

Before you start calling me a stupid hippie, I know natural gas and oil are vital to our country at the moment. Once renewable resources start to overcome oil in decades to come, those huge corporations will be at the pointy end of the stick. [via]

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Fox’s ‘Bones’ by the Numbers [infographic]

December 11, 2014 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  No Comments
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The 200th episode of Bones premieres tonight on Fox, and I can’t wait. I jumped on the Bones train a few seasons late, but it’s impossible to resist Seeley Booth’s charm and Temperance Brennan’s unique personality. Don’t even get me started on the rest of the squints, because each one is better than the last. (If you don’t know what that’s referring to, it’s obviously time you got started watching Bones.)

In the spirit of the big episode, Fox and some Bones fans teamed up to create this crazy, data-filled infographic featuring details from all 10 seasons of the show. The infographic shows the motives for the murders, which added up to 376 deaths so far in the series. It also breaks down the race and gender of every victim and killer. The relationship of Booth and Brennan – which, in my opinion, is one of the most interesting aspects of the show – is also detailed below.

Basically, there’s a whole infographic here of reasons to watch Bones. Now, for those of you who are new to the show, 200 episodes isn’t that many. Just settle in, grab the remote and some popcorn, and get that Netflix marathon started!

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Little Known Facts About Beer [infographic]

December 10, 2014 |  by  |  Food, Recreation  |  2 Comments
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Beer. It’s Red Stripe! (And a ton of others). Beer has been around for over 4,000 years. It was mostly brewed by women, is now brewed in the White House, and great quantities seem to disappear in facial hair. Those are just a few small facts today’s infographic will provide.

I’m not gonna lie, some of our long-time readers may have seen some of these facts before when we posted the 24 Fun Facts About Beer infographic. This one had five more facts and because of my love of beer, I had to enlighten you all.

Thanks to the growth of craft beer, our tastebuds are experiencing styles and flavors from far away lands and hundreds of years old recipes. The craft scene in Austin has grown so exponentially that most of our breweries can have extremely good revenue without ever selling outside the Austin market. Let’s keep this beer revolution going – Budweiser just tastes like piss… [via]

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