It’s funny. I still get shocked at how expensive life has become. I’m not even talking about the huge expenses I’m going to face in the coming years like college tuition and healthcare.
Rather, it’s the everyday items that amaze me.
I’m taken aback when I have to pay $9 for a sandwich, $2.50 for The New York Times at an airport or $250 each month for my family’s cellphone service.
And although the prices of gold, copper and other commodities have plunged lately, I don’t expect life to get any cheaper. Read On...