Native New Yorker
Guest post by Gerard Mcdaniel
As a native New Yorker, I’m used to paying inflated costs for everything. When friends or family visit they constantly remark on the cost of coffee, of bread, and of dinner. They comment on how expensive everything is in New York. They’re absolutely right, of course. New York is an expensive place to live. What they don’t grasp, because they don’t get to spend any real amount of time in my great city, is that the costs are absolutely justified. This is the greatest city in the entire world, and I would probably pay most any price to be able to live here. Obviously I don’t have as much expendable income as many of my friends who live elsewhere, and I am smart about saving money wherever I can. A little known fact is that us New Yorkers have the ability to control how much we pay for our energy rates. You can take a look at New York Electricity Rates and find a new provider with more affordable rates! It’s the easiest way in the world to save money; you make no changes at all to your daily life. What could be better than that?