Keep Your Ass in the Saddle: How a Farm, a Fire, and Failure Led Me to Freedom

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Annie M. Fonte tells the truth about her upbringing and inspiring journey to personal freedom. She weaves the threads of her life together with unabashed candor and transparency. Annie is a captivating storyteller who is raw and real as she invites you to pause and reflect on your life. In this true debut story, Annie talks about choosing happiness, finding peace and joy, overcoming fear, and ultimately living a life she loves with authenticity at its foundation. If you are ready to create a life you love, to stop playing small, to ditch the excuses, and start living graciously, this book is a must-read for you. It will open you up to stunningly new perspectives about your life. It will invite you to view every experience as a gift and to have an enduring and endearing relationship with yourself and others. Keep Your Ass In The Saddle is that little nudge you need to muster up the courage to live a life true to yourself and fully embrace your genuineness.

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Keep Your Ass in the Saddle: How a Farm, a Fire, and Failure Led Me to Freedom
Keep Your Ass in the Saddle: How a Farm, a Fire, and Failure Led Me to Freedom

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