The Numbers on Sleeping

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Sleeping is so easy many of us can do it with our eyes closed. We do it everyday and don’t usually think twice about it but lets take a look at some interest facts about sleeping.
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The Risk of Smoke and Exhaust Exposure

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In the past decade we as a society have discovered the harmful effects of smoking on our bodies. This includes exhaust from cars and trucks. It is important to limit your exposure to these things especially in your own home. This infographic from shows how you can reduce the smoke and exhaust in your own home.


Retro Logo Design Ideas

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Creating a retro logo can be a daunting task, but when you have the right ingredients the process can go more smoothly. To add a little retro flair to your logo, or to create a new retro inspired logo, think about the fonts, colors, shapes, and embellishments you use. The right combination will be sure to have that authentic retro vibe.


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Top Reasons To Have a Mobile Website

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This infographic provides a list of reasons why your website should be mobile.There are more people spending time on their phones browsing the web. In order to provided your customers or followers with a better experience you need to make sure your site is mobile friendly.


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Top Phones at a Glance

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Gumtree South Africa presents the top 5 most popular cell phones for sale, which of course include the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. Gumtree also shows us with their Phone Price Checker how to appropriately price your phone when you’re ready to sell it. If you price low, it’ll sell fast and if you price it high, it’ll sell slower! Sounds easy enough, right?