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As a retail worker, when I fill the shelves I notice the prices going up More quickly than I can display them
Recently the costs of paying bills and how we live Has become a big concern than living with Covid
This makes young people like me Worry about living independently With rent, water, food and electricity bills soaring
It’s scary to think how much to withdraw from our wallets
With exotic luxuries becoming impossible to afford Trying to prioritise our living with our loved ones And surviving on how much is leftover to spend daily
It’s not easy to balance, like a ship sinking into the sea Flooding with fears of sacrificing valuables And becoming homeless
However there are ways to overcome the increased costs Along with careful planning of action you can
Minimise unwanted power in your home Look for alternatives with similar tastes Search for bargains that makes you smile
Find leisure activities with little spending Like going for a walk in the park with your friends
And provide a back-up sum for emergencies When the unexpected comes round the corner
With these money savings method And some supportive guidance Then you can go a long way
With some change to spare for a rainy day.
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