Holiday Shipping and Packing Tips [infographic]

November 17, 2014 |  by  |  eCommerce, Holiday  |  No Comments
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Besides the wild goose chase of gift giving, spending time with the family is always the greatest gift of all during the holidays. Cheesy, yes, but going back home, and waking up early in the morning to grab the stocking off the fireplace is so nostalgic. The taste of sweet eggnog (with a nutmeg topper), a roaring fire and the Christmas lights shining through the window brings back those childhood memories like no other.

But, let’s flash back to the stressful parts of the holiday. Oh, you know what I’m talking about – the dreaded, or beloved, time of year where I set out on a quest to see every member of the extended family (whether I like them or not). This chilly month or so between Thanksgiving and Christmas where I frantically search Etsy for a cheap, but original gift for my mom. I browse endless tech sites trying to find a gadget for the brother, and rack my brain for some hint of whatever my father could possibly want.

If one thing has changed my life when it comes to shopping hang-ups, it’s been eCommerce. Having to trudge through the cold to some outlet mall, only to find what you want is out of stock, just doesn’t happen anymore. It comes straight to my front door now. Gift wrapping option? Yes, please. Take heed of these packaging tips below – no one cries over spilt eggnog, but a broken present is a whole different story. [The UPS Store]

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Like your Date to be Dirty? [infographic]

November 16, 2014 |  by  |  Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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People can be gross. Check out the battle of the sexes’ hygiene infographic below. [Via]

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November 15, 2014 |  by  |  Business  |  No Comments
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Introverts vs. Extroverts [infographic]

November 14, 2014 |  by  |  Health, Lifestyle  |  3 Comments
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The most fundamental, commonly accepted personality distinction between people in society today falls between those labeled “introverts,” and those called “extroverts.” While it is not as black and white as the label makes it sound, introspective and expressional, “extraspective” thinking are two entirely different ways of thought, and can lead to grave differences in psychological function and perspective.

As many readers may already know, introverts tend to be much more reserved, and involved more with their own thoughts than with the people and events occurring around them. According to Psychology Today, “their [introverts] disposition is frequently misconstrued as shyness, social phobia or even avoidant personality disorder, but many introverts socialize easily; they just strongly prefer not to.” On the other hand, extroverts are usually the exact opposite. They are often extremely talkative, and fervently involved with social interaction and exchange.

Today’s infographics take a look at the differences between introverts and extroverts, and how to properly and respectfully care for both types of people in social, intimate, and work settings. Introverts are ordinarily more sensitive, and require (even “need”) much more alone time and personal space to sit back and observe situations, before involving themselves completely. Extroverts tend to fall on the complete opposite side of the spectrum, and want to “dive right in” to tasks they are asked to perform. Extroverts also favor verbal acceptance and affirmation of the rightness of their actions, whereas introverts tend to place less importance in others’ acceptance of their philosophies. Check out today’s infographics for a complete listing of “How to Care for Introverts and Extroverts.”

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GI Foreign Bodies – Be Better Prepared for Success [infographic]

November 13, 2014 |  by  |  Health  |  1 Comment
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In the world of gastroenterology, the things people tend to swallow (aka foreign bodies) are often surprising and challenging for clinicians to retrieve. From AA batteries to paperclips and coins, these items come in all shapes and sizes.

US Endoscopy, a new product development company and a division of STERIS Corporation, is a world leader in designing and manufacturing medical devices for the GI market. They offer many helpful tools to better prepare clinicians for success with these uniquely challenging cases.

Click the link or the infographic below to learn more about US Endoscopy and their innovative products solutions: www.usendoscopy.com

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