Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Reality Bites from Rachel Smith

Interesting article from Rachel Smith on her blog:

Reality Bites: Mass redundancies & sharing. 5 easy steps to ‘spend less + have more’

"The average power drill is used for between 6 and 15 minutes in its entire lifetime. We don’t actually need a drill we just want a hole in the wall. So why do we all spend large sums of our hard-earned cash and savings on things we rarely use?
In last Saturday’s Courier Mail Kathleen Noonan commented that people across Australia are too scared to spend money. That’s why in this week’s ‘Reality Bites’ I’m discussing sharing, renting, bartering and borrowing – or what some people describe as ‘access rather than ownership........."

Go here to read the rest.

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