Category Archives: Main Street On The Weekend

Personal Finance: Managing Your Biggest Asset, Your Home – Infographic

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For many people their home is their biggest asset. With that fact in place, it is important to maintain and grow your asset.

This infographic will help you learn the five key financial metrics and associated tips to managing your home finances.

Source: HomeZada

Different: A Reddit House – Infographic

A popular Reddit thread asked, “If money wasn’t an issue, what would you make sure to have in your dream home?” Redditors say the darndest things so we pulled some of the best answers together to create the ultimate internet-inspired dream home. Continue reading

Main Street On The Weekend: 42 Female Top Pop Music Stars – Infographic

There have been 42 women who have topped the Billboard 200 chart since 1985. Some have built lasting careers on top, others have come and gone. Use the interactive visualization below to plot the chart position of each of these 42 women’s albums. – Charting the top female pop music stars, just in time for the 2013 Grammy’s. Continue reading

Main Street On The Weekend: 2011 Japan Tsunami Debris Path – Infographic

Natural disasters are terrible events. Sometimes, when one happens far away, we aren’t aware of the full scope of effects it causes. I created this infographic to bring attention to the lasting consequences of the 2011 Japanese Tsunami. Continue reading

Main Street On The Weekend: Signs To Spot A Stroke F.A.S.T. – Infographic

An informative infographic on how to spot the signs of stroke and actions you should take when you do see these signs in someone. Stroke is the number 1 preventable cause of disability – it comes down to a matter of public awareness on the signs and reacting in a critical time window to those signs. Continue reading

Main Street On The Weekend: 75% Of Runners Who Skip February Won’t Run Again This Year – Infographic

4,000 runners started January 2013 running. 75% of runners who skip February won’t run again this year. Don’t be that statistic. Continue reading