I know when you are young, the economy, and the lack of funds make it really hard for anyone to save these days. However, a wise man told me a very long time ago it is actually possible to save even if you're poor. You will need to consider saving like a monthly bill that has to be paid each month on time otherwise you'll have a late charge to pay. When you first start out, make your monthly payment small. I had a small child to raise and I didn't make much money at all so I started out with only $5 a month or each payday. I had a separate account I had set up for my monthly payments. Each paycheck I received I had the $5 deducted from my pay and put into this account. I know it was only $120 a year that I saved, but it was more than I could do on my own. I didn't miss the money because it was just another tax taken from my check.
As I started to earn more, I increased the monthly payment to $10 a check instead of $5. The next year I was able to double my saving and now I could save $240 a year. Each year I'd increase my payment by $5 each check. Soon I was saving more each month and I never once missed the money in my check. This was the only way I could find it possible to save money and not spend everything I made. In the end, this pays off and you are able to put money away for the future or to buy a home or even a car if you need one. This is a great way to save money and not miss it each time you're paid.