How Long Does Wine Last Once Open?

If you’re a wine drinker then this infographic will come in very handy (unless you’re the type of person to always make sure you finish a bottle off!). If you’re a sparkling wine drinker you can expect it to last 1-3 days if kept in the fridge with a wine stopper. Light white and rose wine drinkers can expect it to last 5-7 days in the fridge with a wine stopper. Pretty good! For full bodied white and red wine drinkers you’ll have to drink up within 3-5 days. With red wine, it should be kept in a cool dark place and the cork placed back in the bottle. If your tipple is fortified wine then you can expect it to last up to 28 days because of the increased alcohol levels. Remember to print the below graphic off and hang it in your kitchen for reference!

Source: Wine Folly



Discover Morning Routines of 10 of the World’s Richest Entrepreneurs

Ever wondered what the morning routines are of the world’s riches entrepreneurs? Well now you can find out in the infographic below featuring big players such as Mark Zuckeberg and Simon Cowell. Something that seems to be a common trend in the routines are wake up early, 5AM – 6AM and before doing work, do some exercise. That be a jog or even a swim in the ocean like Richard Brandon (if only!).

Source: Dreams

The Morning Rituals of 10 of the World's Most Inspirational Entrepreneurs


The 8 Most Likely People To Meet In A House Share

Have you ever lived in a house share? The majority of people have due to the cost of renting alone, or if you’ve been to university you don’t have a choice in the matter! In your time living in house shares you will come across different types of people. This infographic explores and celebrates this, from people locking themselves away in the bedroom and never venturing out into the communal living areas, to people who leave notes all over the house, for example, “Do not touch my milk, or else! Love your housemate Sarah”. Go check out the others below!

Source: Gumtree



The Ultimate Guide To Superfoods

Superfoods aren’t anything new but people’s understanding of what’s good for them and what isn’t is. People are starting to care how different foods affect their bodies and this guide will show you which foods are the best of the best for your health.

From sweet potatoes that provide your full dose of vitamin A, to walnuts that help prevent heart disease and to lower your cholesterol. Ultimately this infographic will help you pick foods more wisely to give you the maximum health benefits.

Source: Fair & Flawless



New Cars vs Old Cars

Are you looking to purchase a new vehicle? Depending on your budget, a used vehicle might be a better option. One of the most popular vehicles on the road is the Toyota Camry, making it the perfect example to look at when comparing the cost to own a new car versus a used one. The sticker price isn’t the only thing that drives the cost of car ownership. Buying a car is a huge decision, especially if you’re not sure whether to go new or used. This graphic compares costs and benefits, helping you make a more informed decision when purchasing your next car. Delve into the yearly expenses for insurance, maintenance, registration and more in this infographic before making your next car buying decision.

Source: Wheels For Wishes



4th of July – Now and Then

This summer, the United States celebrates a big birthday – 237! To commemorate this milestone, CheapOair has put together an Infographic that takes us back to colonial times, and dives a little deeper into the logistics of Independence Day. We took an in-depth look at population trends, first and foremost. Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence the United States has seen a population increase of 12,548%! That’s over 52% per year.

Ever wondered how long it would take to get to our top destinations in 1776? The predominant mode of transportation back in the day was horse and cart, travelling at an average speed of 8-10 miles per hour. This means a 3 hour flight from NYC to Fort Lauderdale turns into an excruciating 13 days. Forget about that 5 hour flight to Vegas – you’d be in that cart for 26 days! Almost a month! Let’s not forget about price, though. An average ticket to San Francisco today will set you back about $500. However, in 1776, you’d be spending a mere $17.25. Can you really put a price on convenience, though? Well maybe you can. In 2012, over $200 million worth of fireworks were imported from China to the US, many for Independence Day. Now that’s worth every penny!

Source: CheapOair