I agree with above. Your spending habits need to be changed at the core - it needs to be a lifestyle change.
I suggest that you also pull out 12 months of bank statements. Categorize each purchase.
How much are you spending on fixed, necessary expenses a month (ie. mortgage/rent/heat/power/car payments etc…)? What about variable expenses (food, restaurants, clothes, coffee etc…)? Could you cut down on any variable expenses? Perhaps even fixed expenses to get you saving more?
It would be a good idea to see a financial planner that could help you put money in an IRA account. Down the road, you could use that IRA money to purchase real estate. It’s a great investing vehicle!
Also, if you’re in debt, Robert Kiyosaki, Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad has a free e-book that you could listen to. It’s his advice on how to get out of debt.
If you’re interested, here is the link on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5nzQgKRaJ0
Best of luck,