Thursday, March 31, 2016

Simple Things You Can Do to Spend Less Money

We all need money. Sure, money can’t buy happiness, but having enough money can most certainly save a ton of stress.
No matter how much you make, there are ways you can be smarter with your money. There are certain lifestyle changes you can make that will help you spend less and save more. Check out 10 on the infographic below, and see if any of these tips can help improve your finances!
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Monday, March 28, 2016

Get More Likes on Social Media

Get More Likes on Social Media With These Smartphone Photo Tips

When you share a picture on social media, you’re sharing it because you want others to look at it. You probably also want them to like it (both literally in the way we “Like” on social media).
As it turns out, the best way to create images people will enjoy is with the same photography principles already used in all other aspects of taking pictures. Check out the infographic below for some quick tips you can use to take better smartphone photos and get more likes!
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Things You Didn't Know About Your Body


Your body has enough iron in it to make a metal nail 3 inches long.
1Things You Didn

Have you ever felt calm while listening to a slow song? That's because our heartbeats mimic the music we listen to.
2Things                 You Didn

Each heart has its own electrical system, which means that as long as it receives oxygen, it'll continue to beat even if it's removed from the body.
3Things                 You Didn

On a daily basis, our hearts produce enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles.
4Things                 You Didn

Sweat is odorless, and body odor actually comes from it mixing with bacteria on the skin.
5Things                 You Didn

If our eyes were digital cameras, they'd measure at 576 megapixels.
6Things                 You Didn

Your feet contain 1/4 of all the bones in your body. This means that the alignment of these bones affect the rest of the body.
7Things                 You Didn

Although smaller in size, a woman's heart beats faster than that of a man's, even while asleep.
8Things                 You Didn

The average person produces enough saliva to fill two swimming pools in their lifetime.
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Humans shed nearly 600,000 particles of skin every hour, which adds up to 1.5 pounds annually.

Enough electricity is produced by the human brain when awake to power a small light bulb.

Our noses can remember about 50,000 different scents.

Adults excrete a daily average of 1.42 liters of urine.

Every single one of us have tiny mites called demodex living in our eyelashes.

The masseter, or jaw muscle, is the strongest muscle in the human body based on its weight.

There is no scientific evidence supporting the "fact" that shaving leads to hair growing back thicker.

Sleep is important. Getting less than 7 hours of sleep each night can reduce your life expectancy.

Our ears and noses never stop growing.

In your lifetime, your heart will pump enough blood to fill 200 train tank cars.

Babies have about 60 more bones than adults. As we grow, some of our bones fuse together to form one.

Wondering where all that dust comes from? About 75-90% of the dust in your home is your own dead skin cells.

Women with larger bottoms are more resistant to chronic illnesses. This fact, however, isn't meant to be compared with those women who are at a healthy thin weight ( they're just as healthy).

According to new research, our brains continue to develop well into our 40s.

Each of us have unique tongue prints, just as we do fingerprints.

An adult human body contains about 100,000 miles of blood vessels.

Our eyes can detect about 10 million different colors.

Our brains use 20% of all the oxygen and blood in our bodies.

The human body is made up of 7 octillion atoms, which is a 7 followed by 27 zeros.

Some people manage to hold their breath for five minutes, which is made possible when we fool the diaphragm.

With each step we take, we use up to 200 muscles, so don't think walking doesn't count as exercise.


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