Top 5 Moving Problems and Solutions #Infographic #Moving

If you have ever shown up to help someone move, then you probably know that most of us do not have the best tools to get the job done. You go to help a friend move, only to find that they are not at all prepared for the situation. But it is probably too late to turn back, so you have to dig in and do your part. Sheer brute force may have worked before, but risking injury and spending all your energy isn’t as appealing when you see the alternative.

Whether it is not having good packing tape, or if it is trying to carry 27 boxes full of books by hand, these problems have simple solutions. We hope this infographic from MovingBlankets.com helps you or a friend make a moving situation more bearable. Maybe you can even print this for a friend before you show up to make sure they get the hint. Who knows, it might even be fun!

An infographic by Moving Blankets.

15 Ways You’re Damaging Your Eyesight and How to Avoid Them #Infographic #Eyesight

Did you know that some countries require individuals to have a 20/20 vision to get a driver’s license? Bet you didn’t also know that some jobs require their employees to have perfect vision.

Having a 20/20 vision is not something that people appreciate every day. With the fast-paced lifestyle and developing technology today, people tend to abuse their eyes such that they are already causing damage to their vision without even knowing it. Even the use of corrective lenses or prescribed eyeglasses wouldn’t bring back the perfect eyesight you’d wish to have—at all.

Having undamaged eyesight lets you enjoy the simple things in life, and being vigilant enough is the best way to achieve this. As they say, prevention is still better than cure. Therefore, one must value the gift of perfect eyesight before it’s too late.

To help you determine which habits are bad for your eyes, as well as the factors you should be aware of to avoid damaging your eyesight, check out the infographic below.

As you reach the end of the article, we hope that you can see things way clearer without the hassle of having to wear glasses or lenses anymore.

An infographic by Vision Express.

The Hidden Dangers of the Backyard #Infographic #Backyard

Backyards can be a perfect place to entertain family, friends, and guests, but there are some hidden dangers in the backyard that you may not know. Discover the facts and learn what it takes to create a safe yard environment for your friends and family.

One of the most common backyard injuries comes from trampolines. It goes without saying that if you have a trampoline, you are exposing your family to a large risk of injury. Minimize that chance by providing safety netting and keeping your trampoline away from fences and objects that could aid in injury if someone were to fall off the edge such as concrete and rocks.

Did you know between 1996 and 2012, about 184 infants and young children died from exposed window wells? Exposed window wells injure nearly 2000 + people a year. Open window wells without proper window well covers to protect from falls can even lead to liability issues if you rent out your home. View the infographic below to learn more!

An infographic by Window Well Experts.

Tick Paralysis in Dogs and Cats #infographic #dogs #cats

As a responsible pet owner, your job does not end in feeding your furry friends. You should also safeguard them from different toxins. To help you out, here’s a rundown of 12 frequent toxins that can harm your dogs:
1. Mouldy food
2. Chocolates
3. Coffee
4. Lilies
5. Lily of the Valley
6. Baked goods
7. Macademia nuts
8. Grapes and Sultanas
9. Onions, chives, leeks, garlic
10. Snail bait
11. Rat bait
12. Some flea and tick products

Don’t see dogs and cats anonymous in terms of their vulnerability to toxins. Do take note that the metabolism of dogs and cats differ. Beware of the following foods that can put the health of your pocket pets and birds at risk.
1. The stones of stone fruit
2. Pear or apple seeds
3. Avocados
4. Tomato and potato
5. Rhubarb

Sometimes the danger of taking care of pets starts on foods, so beware. Whether your pet is a furry dog, a cute cat or a lovely bird, make sure that it is free from toxins.

Tick Paralysis in Dogs and Cats Infographic

An infographic by gordonvet.com.au