The world is like a feather in the air, flying without wings; today we are together, tomorrow we are where?! 😉
What a cheerful thought to know that you are not alone in this situation. What situation?
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Jimmy’s situation where he’s earning more than $3,000 but he ends up in debt. Do you know why? Because he is spending more than what he earns not b/c he is a big spender but b/c he buys what he needs. He explains how he tries to be moderate in everything he buys. He has a wife and a child and there is no way that he can make it. He is an elementary school assistant-Teacher.
He can’t ask for gov. help b/c he works and earns money but sadly the money he is making has lost its value and he no longer is capable of buying everything he used to buy last year starting with gas ending in food and rent.
Jimmy is not the only one who is in this ugly odd situation. It is the majority of the working force in CA. Other States as you hear and see have better prices in almost everything. A friend shows us pictures on her cellphone showing the food prices in Arkansas. You would be shocked to see the huge difference. Gas goes for $2/gallon. What a pity? In a State that does not have the number of oil rigs that CA has.
The seriousness in this situation is that every commodity will continue in rising until people will need to spend $3000 / week or may be less than a week. What will happen then? Nobody knows! 🙄