Infographics

Adoption
Nov 21st, 2014

Adoption in the U.S., At A Glance [INFOGRAPHIC]

November is National Adoption Month in the United States. In light of that, we wanted to focus on some of the most important issues for (potential) new parents. Namely, what kind of adoptions exist, how long it can take to adopt and what an adoption costs. Also, there is a tax credit that some new […]

airport
Nov 12th, 2014

Ins and Outs of Air Travel [INFOGRAPHIC]

Holiday travel is around the corner. Before you book that flight, here’s what you may need to know about the best times to fly, the worst airports to fly into and more. We also have a few tips on how to save as much money as you can on that getaway. Leer en español. Click […]

baby
Oct 23rd, 2014

Unmarried With Kids: Who Claims the Baby? [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you’re one to follow birth trends (and I mean, really, who isn’t?), there has been some interesting news as of late. The number of births to unmarried women has been falling, however, it’s now become more likely that those unmarried women aren’t truly single – they’re in a cohabiting relationship. In fact, for the first […]

charts
Oct 20th, 2014

A New Parent’s Guide to Sleep Deprivation [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you, um, just can’t quite, uh, find the right word or figure out – seemingly! – simple problems, and you recently brought home an adorable, EXHAUSTING baby from the hospital, this is the infographic for you. While it won’t help that little one sleep through the night, it might help you find a few new […]

Oct 9th, 2014

Battle of the Fall Beverages: Coffee or Tea? [INFOGRAPHIC]

The air is crisp. The leaves are changing. It’s time to embrace that warm drink (unless, of course, you live in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma or Florida where – apparently – cold drinks still reign supreme). Do you go for tea or coffee? Cider or hot cocoa? We look at these favorites and […]

Budget Challenge
Oct 2nd, 2014

Financial Literacy and Education, By the Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Where are your kids learning about money? Whether it’s budgeting, credit cards or taxes, they are most likely learning about financial topics from you – their parent. In fact, 75% of high schoolers have said most of their money knowledge comes from their parents. Now the big question. What are you teaching them? We look […]