Happy New Year

Happy New Year my friends. For my next trick I plan to rise out of the ashes of what has been a really crappy couple of years and flap like a chicken or something.

Katie and I rang in 2017 by throwing away our old calendars. I took my 2016 file folder and archived it. I was tempted to give it the round file treatment but I realized that I might need my tax records even though I’m broke.

And while I lost Princess Leia, Charlotte the spider, David Bowie, Alan Rickman, and a ton of others that I loved I found out tonight that the Cubs WON the World Series for the first time in 108 years!

I was born in Chicago. That’s my team right there. Doesn’t quite make up for Leia but it’s a start.

Anyway, last but not least I now have 65,776 words written on the new Shoestring Girl book so I’m very happy with that.

So here’s hoping everyone has a great year!

Hugs!
~Annie

6 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. Gayle

    Happy New Year to you and miss Katie, Annie!! I’m so glad things are looking up and I look forward to your newest book:)

  2. Kristy

    I am so looking forward to the New Shoestring Girl book, Annie. That first book I bought of yours, years ago now, changed my Entire Life !! Your tips and solid strength & determination helped me change my & my children’s lives. Best wishes to a Happy Healthy and Prosperous New Year to You & Katie !!!

    1. Annie Post author

      Hi Kristy!
      Which book did you buy? I am so thankful that it helped you. Knowing that makes everything worthwhile.
      Thank you,
      Annie

  3. Mary Ann L

    Happy New Year Annie. Loving the new book. ­čÖé Nice to see the rural advice (I’m rural) and the “habits” talk without judgement. I think you are the first frugalista to address it.
    Do you plan on gardening this year? I have an abundance of seeds and I’d be happy to share if you could use some.

    1. Annie Post author

      Thank you so much Mary Ann! I am so glad you are enjoying the book. Please feel free to comment, correct any goofs you see, or to offer suggestions.

      Unfortunately the house I currently live in is surrounded by some serious shade trees and really crappy dirt; I quickly learned after moving here that vegetables receive neither sufficient sunlight no nutrients to survive in my backyard. I have considered trying to create a small container garden in the front yard this year if I can score a container and some healthy soil. I miss raising my own bell peppers and snow peas terribly.

      As for the new chapters, I’ve had nothing to do but think since I was hurt a while back. I realized that I was doing my readers a disservice and decided to change it even if it means I become a pariah in some circles (such as minimalism and the “health” set). I’m a hillbilly at heart, nothing to lose and no where to go but up.

      I sincerely hope that you will tell your friends about the book.

      Hugs, Annie

  4. Mary Ann L

    I read about Katie considering a cell phone. This company is legitimate and you may get coverage in your area. The service plan is free, small though. They have other very low cost plans as well. It is not a govt program. https://www.freedompop.com/offer/free-galaxy-prevail-a?utm_expid=64567622-112.PNlop28FS0aEhnd3pg0JXA.1&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=USPHS%3ASamsung-Galaxy-Prevail&utm_term=LG%3AINT-Android_LOK-USPHS-1&utm_content=Galaxy-Prevail-1%3AGalaxy-Prevail-1

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