Pairing Wine and Food [infographic]

April 27, 2013 |  by  |  Entertainment, Food  |  1 Comment
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Jesus turned water into it, people stomp their feet to make it, and it can still be ingested after 200 years of proper storage. This distinctive beverage is wine. The practice of making wine has been around for 6,000 years and is still used for celebratory, religious and even health purposes. Wine is produced on every continent, except Antarctica. Wine production is especially prevalent in Italy, Spain and France. France even opened the first academic center devoted to studying wine.

I grew up drinking Manischewitz wine during communion at my family church. Now that I am finally 21, my world is opening up to the plethora of wines to choose from. Unfortunately, the concord wine I enjoyed at church (which is practically grape juice) did not make the menu of different wines in the infographic for today. I will have to expose my palate to the world of wine, and the amazing amount of thought that is put into pairing it with food to make a meal perfect. Looks like the fixings for a great dinner party!
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Moving Offices [infographic]

April 26, 2013 |  by  |  Business  |  3 Comments
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Taking on new staff? Need to be closer to clients? Is the commute killing you and your employees? There comes a time in many a business when you need to move office. It might have been just right at the start, but for whatever reason, your situation has changed and it is now appropriate to locate your business elsewhere. They frequently say that moving house can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s lifetime, but if you’re an office manager or a business owner then moving office might be just as intimidating!

But what if you had a step by step checklist to help ease you through the upheaval process? From solicitors to schedules, teams to tasks, and employees to equipment – there is plethora factors and elements that you have to consider. This infographic takes a detailed look at everything you need to make sure that the move from old office to new is as swift and as stress free as possible. [Via]

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Baby’s First Birthday [infographic]

April 25, 2013 |  by  |  Holiday, Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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Yippee! It’s your baby’s first birthday and you want it to be extra special. After all, the first year of a child’s life is one filled with many milestones and lessons learned. Therefore, how can you plan the perfect party for your little baby? The kid is too young to remember the party itself, however, you want to celebrate your child’s very first year of life! There are many things to take into account, such as the ages of your expected guests, food, and of course, the party theme. Thankfully, today’s infographic has loads of information to help excited parents plan their baby’s party. According to today’s infographic, the top four themes for children parties are: Disney, Sesame Street, Superhero, and Princess. These themes are available at most party stores, so you wont get such a headache trying matching party favors to each other. Consult today’s infographic for more fantastic ideas on how to make your baby’s first birthday a special one! [via]

 

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How The Federal Reserve System Really Works [Infographic]

April 24, 2013 |  by  |  Government  |  22 Comments
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So, it might be a couple of read-throughs of this infographic before you really grasp all the subtleties of the Federal Reserve System. Despite its claim, this is not a particularly “visual” guide. However, I think it neatly sums up many of the questions asked about the Fed through text. Basically, the Federal Reserve’s duty is to keep inflation balanced and in a state of not growing too much or too little. While this is almost impossible, it is mostly achieved through setting the federal funds rate, a very important task. Unfortunately, the Fed relies on the judgement of humans, and therefore is not a foolproof system at all. While the Federal Reserve may be irksome at times, it is important to recognize that the nature of the system is meaningful and well intended. Banks need money. The government needs money. The Federal Reserve regulates this money. When you boil it down, these are the basic things that the Fed does. That’s not to say that there are countless other things that consist within their system

In the end, the Federal Reserve should be seen as the middle man trying to make sense of the millions of expenditures that banks and government do everyday.

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The New Online Couponing Strategy [infographic]

April 23, 2013 |  by  |  eCommerce, Retail  |  No Comments
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There are many reasons why online shopping is the best of all.  My two reasons for loving it are that I can do it in my pajamas and that it cures any boredom I may be experiencing at the time–dangerous, I know.  While those reasons are fine and good, I think most people can agree that there are other benefits to online shopping.  Some of those benefits include avoiding crowds at the mall, the ability to compare rates, more options, etc.  By shopping online, not only can you find the most competitive rate on the product you are looking for, but you can also utilize online coupons.  This is something I had not considered until reading this infographic.

Apparently, coupons for your favorite stores are pretty easy to come by if you’re willing to look for them (now all I can think about is how many coupons I have been missing out on over the years).  The infographic below describes five different ways to seek out coupons that might be floating around our there.  Go ahead, abandon your cart for a second and create a coupon strategy!  See if you can’t save a buck or two. My guess is that it will pay off.  [Rather-Be-Shopping.com/]

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