visualized by: nowsourcing.com
Gen Y (aka Millennials or individuals born between ’77-’94) gets a lot of hate in the media these days. This infographic explores why this generation tends to struggle more with depression and have unrealistic expectations than other generations in the past.
visualized by: KingWorks Creative
Exhaustive data about homelessness : states accounting for nearly half the homeless population, states having the highest rates of unsheltered homeless and more!
visualized by: MoneySmart.gov.au
How has the American way of living changed? Are Americans turning to a more minimalist mindset? From living pace to free time, Americans have adjusted to a life that is often deemed as stressful and burdensome.
visualized by: 12 Palms Rehab
Habits are difficult to avoid forming. Routine is just human nature at work! Sometimes we develop bad habits that can become detrimental to our health and are tough to kick. This graphic gets down to the inward mechanism of habit to addiction formation and suggests practices that help us curb the process and break the loop.
visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
From beautiful beaches to fabulous cities, Australia is the happiest place on earth to live. And it’s not only the sun, the sea and the landscapes that make this statement solid. Far from it, it’s the OECD report that ranks Aussies as the happiest citizens based on 11 happiness factors.
visualized by: Beckon Media Inc
New year – new plans – new challenges. If you are prediciting tight finance for 2013, this infographic will show you 13 different money saving tips that will help you save a combined total of $11,244.00! How? By simply adjusting your daily life and making choices that will help you take control of the situatiion.
visualized by: DegreeSearch.org
What makes us happy? Paula Davis – Laack gives us the 10 step path to happiness and DegreeSearch.org shows its creative simplicity off with happy tiles.
visualized by: iamexec.com
Let’s be blunt. We won’t live forever, eternal life is still in the labs next to the everlasting youth. We all have things to do so as we keep our head over water, things we should or things that help us keep going. Have you ever wondered how much time all these things take out from our lifespan? According to this presentation we have roughly 9 years and 6 months of pure life for doing things we love!
visualized by: MaryEllen Tribby
Do you side with these conventions in evaluating life success? Do you find them objective or subjective? Could we rigidly separate people to successful and unsuccessful?