10 Facts You Should Know about Tapatio Hot Sauce [infographic]

A few years ago, I was all about adding Tabasco hot sauce to my food. I even carried a little miniature bottle of it in my backpack in college. Fast forward to a few weeks ago, I became obsessed with Sriracha. So much so, that I even posted an infographic about it. But alas, I have just recently become obsessed with a new hot sauce after a co-worker donated it to the office kitchen last week. It’s name is Tapatio hot sauce, and we have become inseparable. I have a bottle in my pantry, my purse, and at my work desk so that wherever I decide to eat, I’ll always be able  to add a little Tapatio pizzazz to my meal. Never heard of Tapatio, or dare I say, even tried it?! If you’re ready to take your taste buds to a whole other level of flavor, I suggest you break off your commitment to your current hot sauce and give Tapatio a taste. You will not be disappointed! [via]


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Marathons by the Numbers [infographic]

As you know, the Boston Marathon was this past Monday. Normally the Boston Marathon is a special event for all runners because it is one of the most prestigious running events around. Many runners hold the Boston marathon as a life goal to reach because of the incredibly tough qualifying times. For example, As a 23 year old female I would need to run 26.2 miles in 3 hours and 35 minutes. Thats about 8:12 minutes per mile, for 26.2 miles! I could only hope to keep that pace if I was running downhill with the wind at my back. Boston Marathon aside, marathon races are a true feat of strength that requires rigorous training, a healthy diet, and extreme dedication. Don’t let the qualifying times discourage you, a friend of mine went from being an overweight couch potato, to a 2014 Boston Marathon finisher averaging a 7 minute pace throughout the race. Are you inspired yet? Check out today’s infographic about marathons and see how many marathons your state hosts. Maybe set a goal to complete a marathon this time next year! I’m certainly inspired. I know I already have my sights set on next year’s Austin Marathon! Ready, set, run! [via]


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The Four Stages of a Migraine [infographic]

Thankfully, I’ve never experienced a migraine. However, I have learned from other people’s unfortunate experiences that it is one of the worst pains a person can feel. It can knock a person out and completely ruin their day. My aunt is a recurring victim of migraines. Migraines turn my normally fun and silly aunt into a living comatose mass of woman. When she gets an attack, she lies in her cold dark room for hours. All food and smells make her nauseated, and her irritability level skyrockets to an all time high. What causes an migraine attack, and what can be done to help ease their intense pain? Check out today’s infographic! Brought to you from the folks at Wholesome One, today’s infographic identifies the four stages of a migraine, and some holistic treatments that can help lessen their symptoms. Perhaps you can implement some of these natural remedies during your next attack! [via]


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Which Major City is Best to Live In? [infographic]

Well, I finally got a big girl job and am making a big move from the Rio Grande Valley (southern Texas), all the way to north Austin. I’ve always loved Austin, but I’m not too familiar with it. So naturally, I’ve been researching EVERYTHING about Austin. Places to eat, fun things to do, different parks, etc. During my search, I came upon this interesting infographic, “Which Major City is Best to Live In?” Luckily, Austin made that cut. According to today’s infographic, Austin is the 12th best place to live, and is considered the city of live music. Other great cities made the cut too, such as: San Diego, Scottsdale, and Raleigh.  Ready for a change and looking to move? Check out today’s infographic to see what these fabulous cities have to offer! [via]


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Youth Sports Injuries [infographic]

Alas, football season is upon us, and if you live in Texas, you know high school football is just as popular as the NFL. Young boys in Texas are practically pre-destined to play this impact sport. Some are destined for greatness (Johnny Football anyone?), while others have their go in middle school and slowly fail out of the sport. However, as sports continue to increase in aggressiveness, children are continuing to risk their health for it.

My cousin for example, is a tall, lanky, 12 year old, who is having his first try at 7th grade football. He was giving it his all: refusing to miss practice, practicing at home–then, BAM!–some massive child took a cheap sack at him, which resulted in a torn meniscus.  Poor kid, a torn meniscus at 12 years old. Are competitive sports really worth it when young children are subject to such serious injury? Today’s infographic gives some stats on youth sports injuries and how your child can avoid them. Check it out to see what sports have the most injuries, and to learn some preventative practices to keep your child injury free! [via]


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South Carolina [infographic]

I’m writing this post from South Carolina, where I have spent the past week for a cousin’s wedding. Normally I’d be pretty cranky since I’ve spent the past week in a crowded house with over 10 loud and crazy relatives, but because South Carolina is pretty much the best place I’ve ever visited, I don’t mind at all!

The weather has been absolutely amazing, like mid 70′s all day. This is heaven since I’m currently living in South Texas, where the humidity usually overpowers any cold front that might pass by (seriously it was 88 degrees last Christmas). I’m sold on the beautiful weather and lush foliage here in South Carolina and I fully intend on making my way back up here for either graduate school, or a job. With that said, I figured I’d post some South Carolina facts so I can be a good citizen in the future. Today’s infographic gives us some historical facts about this wonderful state. Hopefully you South Carolinians will enjoy it! [via]


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