Being in debt is absolutely awful. Unfortunately, being in debt is quite normal for many Americans, thanks to purchasing expensive cars and getting in over their heads on payment. Today’s infographic details how Americans fall prey to never ending auto loans.
If you haven’t heard about the Tiny Homes Movement, there is a wonderful infographic below that will guide you through it.
With home costs rising at enormous rates, this movement towards frugality is becoming widely accepted and seen as a wise financial move. Learn about these functional homes, which save money at tremendous costs, by accessing the infographic below. Click on it for more information.
Survey data shows countless millions of Americans feel stressed often or at least some of the time. Data shows 87% of 18 to 29 year old’s, 70% of 30 to 59 year old’s, and 42% of those 60 and over are subjected to stress often or at least some of the time. When they choose to get relief from stress, these people use one or more of the 16 most commonly used methods. The infographic ranks these stress relief methods by their popularity.
We may know them as some of the most successful people of our time, but the likes of Walt Disney, Colonel Sanders and Vera Wang are not immune to failure – in fact, they have all experienced a great deal of ‘downs’ amidst the ‘ups’.
Using information from various published biographies and interviews, this infographic from Smarter Business Energy lists the failures of five famous entrepreneurs and how they managed to overcome them. For example, did you know that Colonel Sanders’ fried chicken was rejected 1009 times? Or that Pinocchio, Fantasia and Bambi were all box office busts?
Freshwater is vital to human survival. Our ancestors had the keen awareness that it was strategically advantageous to settle near rivers. This understanding drove the transition from tribes of early hunter-gatherers into civilization as we know it. Along with being a consistent source of drinkable water, rivers provide fertile land for hunting, fishing, agriculture, and transportation.
After thousands of years of civilization, many of us no longer need to dwell near freshwater sources to experience the benefits. Advances in technology have drastically changed the means of water collection, treatment, and distribution.