Harris interactive reports that 23 percent of adults say they pay bills late (and incur fees) because they lose them.
If you rent a storage facility to store your excess belongings, you’re contributing to a $154 billion industry – bigger than the hollywood film business!
1 in 11 american households rents a self-storage space and they spend over $1000 a year in rent.
It costs an average of $10/square foot to store items in your home.
In a 2008 napo survey of 400 consumers nationwide, 27 percent said they feel disorganized at work, and of those, 91 percent said they would be more effective and efficient if their workspace was better organized. 28 percent said they would save over an hour per day and 27 percent said they would save 31 to 60 minutes each day.
Stephanie winston, author of the organized executive, estimates a manager loses 1 hour/day to disorder, costing the business up to $4,000/yr if earning $35,000/yr – or $8,125/yr at $65,000).
It has been a great start to this blog, while only being in existence for about 6 months we have seen a great response and can’t begin to tell you about how excited I am. Currently I am working on a few ideas to make this website even better, but until then, here are some things you might not already know about.
First off, we have a Facebook Fan Page, where I will have all the post from the blog, but other content as well. This also allows you to connect with other Tiny House folks. We are a close knit community and it is fun to meet others in it.
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So yesterday’s post obviously brought some interesting thoughts to light, some loved it, some hated it. While it wasn’t necessarily a very good argument against tiny houses, it did bring up a few things that are food for thought. I think it is important to realize that tiny houses address many concerns we have with McMansions and bring us into a life that is more in tune with where we want to be. At the same time, there are downsides.