When you’re in the midst of a crisis, it’s hard to know which room to put your feet…

In an effort to combat the rising cost of housing in the United States, Fox News’ Ronna Romney McDaniel has put together this infographic to help you determine which of your three bedrooms or two bathrooms you should buy.

The infographic was created by Ronna McDaniel, who lives in the Chicago suburb of South Bend, Indiana.

Here’s the infographic in its entirety.

Ronna McDaniels own three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and she’s a renter.

She has lived in the home for nine years, and says she’s been very happy with the way it’s turned out.

“It’s definitely a better deal than what I had previously,” she said.

But is it the right deal?

McDaniel’s apartment, which she shares with her husband, has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room.

She believes the right answer is for the third bedroom to be a small closet.

“I don’t know if you could even call it a closet, because it’s kind of like a closet but with a small window,” she explained.

“The window is like a window on a window.”

As you can see, there are two bathrooms.

She says it was important to her to be able to have a small living room, and it also meant that she was able to move around with the kids more often.

She was also able to take out a couch for herself.

“If you’re the type of person who likes to have the couch in your living room and then you like to be in a little corner, I think that’s probably fine,” she added.

But does the living room make a bigger difference than the closet?

McDaniel thinks that it’s actually not.

“The closet is the most expensive room because I know there are more bedrooms and you don’t have the space to store all your stuff,” she noted.

“You can still have the room to store stuff and you can also have your own bathroom.”

When it comes to the living area, McDaniel’s experience with the living space is not as good.

She found the closet to be less comfortable, and the living-room space was cramped.

“My living room is a bit small because it only has a small amount of space and I just had to rearrange my furniture,” she admitted.

The living room was also the most stressful area to clean because of all the clutter, she said, and her laundry was a huge headache.

“I had to do a lot of cleaning to clean everything,” she told Fox News.

“So I’m not a huge fan of that area, especially when you have a closet and you’re having to put things back in and move around.”

McDaniel’s other concerns with her new living room were the cost, and even the fact that the living rooms were a bit crowded.

“That’s a huge drawback,” she complained.

“Because there’s nothing else in the living and dining room.”

She found the living areas to be more comfortable than the closets.

“There’s no moving furniture, and there’s a lot less clutter and stuff,” McDania says.

“But I think you’re better off putting the money where it will make the biggest difference, which is in the closet.”

Read more of Ronna’s story and see the full infographic at Fox News here.

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