Life in the Big City

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(Thanks for the post – from Sylvester Campbell)

I had always heard that the cost of living in New York City was much higher than the cost of living in the south. When my husband accepted a job at his company’s New York office, my mind started racing, trying to figure out how we were going to afford living there. We found an affordable appointment, and my husband’s boss suggested we look into getting our power at www.newyorkenergyrates.com. I did not realize that we would have a choice which company we would get our energy from, and it was a relief that this would be one area in which we would be able to save money. We will put our house on the market next week, and if we can sell it within the next two months, we will be able to move to New York next month. I will miss my life in the south, and I’ll miss the fact that my family is so close to me. My parents have never been to New York, so they are thrilled that they will have the opportunity to visit us when we get settled. I am excited to see what life in the big city will bring.

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