The Four Stages of a Migraine [infographic]

November 7, 2013 |  by  |  Health  |  4 Comments
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Thankfully, I’ve never experienced a migraine. However, I have learned from other people’s unfortunate experiences that it is one of the worst pains a person can feel. It can knock a person out and completely ruin their day. My aunt is a recurring victim of migraines. Migraines turn my normally fun and silly aunt into a living comatose mass of woman. When she gets an attack, she lies in her cold dark room for hours. All food and smells make her nauseated, and her irritability level skyrockets to an all time high. What causes an migraine attack, and what can be done to help ease their intense pain? Check out today’s infographic! Brought to you from the folks at Wholesome One, today’s infographic identifies the four stages of a migraine, and some holistic treatments that can help lessen their symptoms. Perhaps you can implement some of these natural remedies during your next attack! [via]

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Maximize Your Cash Flow [infographic]

November 6, 2013 |  by  |  Business  |  No Comments
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Today’s infographic features a frustrating and consuming topic for many households and individuals — money. If only money trees actually produced dollar bills and never ever died…or if there was always a sugar daddy/sugar mama around to keep us monetarily satisfied — but alas, these two are hard to come by, and most of us have to work hard for our money instead.

And because we work so hard, it’s easy to get caught up in our financials. Organizing them isn’t exactly the easiest task in the world, and at times can be painful — particularly if you’re a business owner.

Today’s infographic suggests helpful ideas for maximizing your money. Try asking suppliers if they have an early payment discount. If they don’t, wait to pay until the bill is due. Also, making sure your pricing is competitive is equally important. Make sure you’re not charging your customers too much or too little, and figure out what you can do to get more for your services. Lastly, prioritize who you have to pay, don’t just pay the lowest bills first — consider their terms and which bills are essential to your business, like payroll.

Hopefully, this graphic helps ease your currency conundrums and shows just how far you can stretch your cash. [Via]

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Last Meals [infographic]

November 5, 2013 |  by  |  Entertainment, Food  |  No Comments
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If asked to choose what my last meal on earth would be, the answer is simple: macaroni and cheese. However, the likelihood consciously eating a meal knowing all the while that it is my last is highly unlikely, and I hope it remains that way. There are very few circumstances where I would have the opportunity to choose something like that, and the ones that are currently coming to mind involve me committing a despicable crime.

This particular infographic presents last meals in a different way. It shows us what is believed to be the last meal of some of the most iconic laid-to-rest figures sorted by caloric content on a scale of simple to fancy. Weird, right? I like it.

For example, the most fancy and caloric of them all was Titanic Captain Edward Smith, eating oysters a la Russe (part of a 12-course meal). Somewhere in the middle we have Hemingway with a New York Strip, baked potato, and a caesar salad. One of my favorites has to be Frank Sinatra with a grilled cheese sandwich. More than anything, this infographic has got me realizing just how famous these people were to have a graphic designed according to the last thing they ate before heading six feet under. [via]

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Don’t Drink and Tweet [Infographic]

November 4, 2013 |  by  |  Entertainment, Lifestyle, Social Media  |  1 Comment
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Scenario: it’s another weekend night, so it’s time for you and your friends to go out and have some fun, nothing out of the ordinary. You’re having a good time hanging out, kicking back and occasionally checking your phone for time, texts, status updates or what have you; you’re probably not thinking about your past relationships at all. But then you knock one or six drinks back and suddenly that glorious machine in your hand holds some new-found power: you’re going to tell your ex just exactly what you think about them and you’ll be damned if the rest of the world doesn’t know too.

Most of us have probably been in a similar situation with phones/social media and alcohol, and man is that next morning ever terrible. Running clean-up on embarrassing social situations can be bad enough, but doing so with a hangover, knowing full well you may have just burned some bridges? No thank you.

Today’s graphic from Entrepreneur.com gives us a few examples of why you should probably put either the phone or the drink down if you’ve already had a few. Drunk dialing, while no less embarrassing, was so much simpler before the smartphone and social media. You have a few, make a bad call, then never speak to the person again (probably). With things like Facebook and Twitter, though, now you’ve got a magical megaphone to broadcast all of those sloppy emotions to everyone you know, and no one wants to see that.

For more, have a look at the graphic below. [Via]

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What Happens When Smokers Quit [infographic]

November 3, 2013 |  by  |  Health, Lifestyle, Recreation  |  4 Comments
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There are parts of routine that are essential, that if tampered with, would devastate a person’s day. Without a doubt, there are things that everyone knows are healthy or unhealthy.

Smoking cigarettes provides a mental boost at most, but that’s it. There is no aspect other than appeasing the craving that could be healthy. In fact, being temporarily anxious and dealing with the craving is probably the healthiest thing for you. There is nothing healthy about smoking because it allows the worsening of your health.

Cancer is on the rise in the world. It is important that no one puts themselves at unnecessary risks of getting a disease that has taken so many–by indulging in a habit that isn’t moderated. An addiction to cigarettes isn’t a 3 a day type of addiction. It’s not like having a drink or getting high. Being a smoker is an all day event. Think about the time and money being lost. Quitting is worth it. [via]

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