Daily living continues to get more expensive as US households battle the worst inflation in 40 years.
From meat to gasoline to clothing and housing, the average family now has to shell out more than hundreds of dollars more each month compared to the same time last year.
Food prices alone are up nearly 9%, forcing many families to make tough choices at the grocery store. Meanwhile, prices at the pump are up 43% from a year ago.
This has forced many people – especially those who are solely responsible for their families and finances – to make sacrifices and cut spending where there is often little room for manoeuvre.
Are you a single parent adjusting to these times of higher inflation? We would love to hear your story.