Entry Submitted by Lisa V at 11:23 AM EDT on June 22, 2021
Perhaps you have never been broke, homeless, or not knowing how you would keep a roof over your head for your kids and food on the table. $500.00 a month? I’m a single mom of 2 teenagers 18 & 19 and I have a good job in the healthcare field, I’ve worked in this field for over 30 years and I still just get by after paying bills…. Cell phone bill $270.00 a month for 3 of us, Internet and cable with just basic channels $240.00 a month, rent $1550.00 a month, electric $70-$175 a month, water, garbage, & sewage $85-$95 a month, car insurance $75.00 a month for liability on 2008 car, groceries $550.00 a month with nothing above ordinary, essential’s like personal care, laundry, cleaning products, dog food at $200.00 a month and that isn’t including the high gas prices, do you seriously think that $500.00 a month would help? Why do you think that the service industry is having issues hiring workers? They have more incentive and make more than I do on unemployment. I’ve worked every day since this joke of a “so called pandemic began” what rewards have I gotten???? Higher internet bills due to working from home because of the gigabytes needed for work and 2 remote learning. Higher grocery bills due to being home 24/7. So….. if you think that $500.00 a month would help, my advice is try walking in my shoes as a single mother that lost support from her ex due to this false narrative of a pandemic…. After you do that, let us know if $500.00 a month would be sufficient for you!
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