Protecting The Pros [Infographic]

The Protection Of Footballers

Footballers Mental Health

Sports persons are full of passion for their game and so are the Football players, but then the life of their career is very limited. With age & performance drop the soaring careers come to a fall.

Few take the strides cautiously during their prime years but some succumbs to their emotional turmoil. Few immature decisions … Read more

11 Sleep Hacks Every Worn Out Parent Needs To Know [Infographic]

Get Some Sleep Tonight With These Hacks

Sleep Deprivation Mother Baby

While some working weeks can breeze by, others can feel like running a marathon. Whether it’s physical or mental exhaustion, there are undoubtedly some mornings where we wake up feeling less than 100%.

This burnout is often made worse if, for whatever reason, you’re struggling to get a good night’s sleep.

Just take … Read more

Internet For The Handicapped

The Forgotten Handicapped Audience

Why Your Website Needs To Accommodate The Handicapped Demographic

Internet Differently Abled

December 3: Disability Day, or the International Day of People with Disabilities, is a day that has been promoted by the United Nations since 1992. The aim of Disability Day is to encourage a better understanding of people affected by a disability, together with helping to make

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How To Be Successful [Infographic]

23 Keys To Your Success

Success Process

Perhaps, you met some smart and knowledgeable people who are struggling in life, instead of being successful and happy. Did you wonder why that happens?

Being smarter than most people around yourself can make you feel superior, and that feeling of superiority gives you the false sense of entitlement to success.

Success doesn’t come by Read more

Businesswomen Who Broke The Mould [Infographic]

Women’s Equality Day: Successful and Influential Businesswomen

Business Women

Today, August 26th, is Women’s Equality Day and marks 72 years since women in the US were legally allowed to vote; a significant turning point in the history of the struggle for equal treatment of women and women’s rights. Whether they grew up poor or faced challenges from men and other women in … Read more

Write Something Positive About Yourself [Challenge]

Challenge of the Week: Write Something Positive About Yourself

Think Do Be Positive

We tend to go through life, accomplishing many things, without much thought into how amazing we really are, how many goals we set for ourselves, how disciplined we were on ourselves as we worked to meet those goals, how many things we actually accomplished, how much we struggled, and all the … Read more

Are You Earning a Living Wage? [Interactive Infographic]

A living wage is the wage a person must earn in order to obtain a function of standard living. It is the minimum requirement for a worker to maintain a decent lifestyle in order to live within a community. Everyone wants to build self-respect, support their family, and grace others with their presence in all  social events of the civil … Read more

Gender Inequality in Films [Infographic]

Gender equality in the workplace has been a struggle for women ever since they entered the workplace. A great example of a movie that portrays women in the workplace is 9 to 5 featuring Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin, Dolly Parton, and Dabney Coleman. The movie is hilarious, but shows real life scenarios about what many women go through and have … Read more