We all go through them. The days where you’re not even sure you can get out of bed, let alone drag your butt to the office and actually accomplish something. You’ve probably seen posts telling you how to get out of this funk (heck, we’ve even made a couple here and here) but do you know what causes you to procrastinate in the first place? Well, thanks to ProEssayWriter & HubSpot, we’ve found the top 7 reasons you’re shoving that task to the bottom of your “to-do” mountain.
No matter what kind of business you’re in, you’re bound to work with a designer or two at some point in time. Whether it be for creating a company logo, designing a website or simply making flyers, it can sometimes feel like you’ve been dropped into a foreign country and left to fend for yourself.
If you’re anything like us here at Data Nerds, you can’t begin your day without a hefty dose of caffeine, and big shocker, we aren’t alone. According to USA Today, 83% of Americans drink at least one cup of coffee daily which, if you do the math, comes out to 587 Million cups per year. But what do these millions of cups of glorious black liquid do to our bodies everyday? You may know some basics about caffeine like it helps you stay awake and alert, can make you jittery if you have too much or give you withdrawals if you have too little. But, we’re willing to bet there are quite a few things you don’t know about your morning addiction, and here they are:
If you’ve been on the internet at all in the past week, I’m sure you’ve seen this little number floating around somewhere in your Twitter or Facebook feed. It’s the now infamous, “What happens an hour after you drink a Coca-Cola?” infographic. This post was originally written by Niraj Naik or “The Renegade Pharmacist” out of the UK, to demonstrate all the harmful effects a regular old can of Coke can have on your body in just one hour. Well, to be more specific his original post is actually explaining the detrimental effects that Fructose (which is abundant in Coke) can have on weight gain. Never the less, it has resulted in a highly debated infographic that has blown up all over the internet. So, let’s take a closer look at the original post to see just what we are dealing with.