If you have access to the Wall St. Journal, IMO the best newspaper there is, they have a terrific inflation tracker that breaks down price increases to a very detailed level. You can create your own basket of items you use most to see your personal inflation rate.
What you use a lot of may not match the basket the Consumer Price Index uses. For example, although headline inflation is up 6.5%, food and electricity are both up 14% since last year. House prices may be up a lot or not (The CPI uses something called rent-equivalent prices) but your house payment is probably fixed or gone, though utilities and property have probably gone up a lot.