There's no doubt that students keep busy schedules. While you may have a great sense of accomplishment for keeping long hours and checking things off your list, there is a downside to consider! Check out this infographic to learn more!
The popularity of eco-fashion is growing day by day, taking Hollywood by storm as more and more celebrities are choosing eco-friendly clothing for the various fashion shows. You can see few facts, which shows the popularity of ecofashion, believe it or not you will find twenty three thousand eco-friendly clothing listings in Etsy website. Moreover, Pinterest's six thousand pages are entirely based on eco-fashion niche. Numerous Green fashion shows are being organized in Paris, London, New York, and Milan Spring and Summer Fashion weeks. The trend is so popular that in Oscars 2012, 6 celebrities including popular Hollywood actress Meryl Streep wore a golden gown which was designed by the famous designer Lanvin. Colin Forth's wife Livia Firth organized the Green Carpet Challenge. Bradley Cooper in the Golden Globe 2013 was seen wearing the eco clothing designed by Tom Ford.
Does $5 billion dollars sound like chump change? How about $40 billion? Are you ready for the projected $60 BILLION dollars the mobile app industry is projected to be worth in just a few years? Check out this incredible infographic about mobile research.
Love is in the air...again! Looking for different ways to express your love? Check out our infographic on the best ways to say "I love you" with these unique gift ideas.
If a rich traveler and an average traveler traded places for one flight, what would happen? How much difference is there between a first-class flight and an economy class? This incredible infographic breaks it down for you.
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