As I have said a zillion times before, since my accident I have had a ton of time to think. Too much thinking is bad for someone who already has anxiety. Since it’s been a year since my accident. That is a lot of thinking time. I have thought about things I did in the … Continue reading Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny? Your Choice!
So anyone who knows anything about me knows that I’m all about journaling. I have tons of journals, for all different topics. When I go to Michaels, AC Moore or Target, I cannot resist looking at all the journals. Different colors, different materials. Some have lines, some have dots, some have blank pages. It’s like … Continue reading My Latest Adventure (Bullet Journaling)
Stop Believing The Lies About Who You Are, So You Can Become Who You Are Meant To Be Just One Thing Real Quick… Before I tell you how great this book is, I have to brag on my progress in my TBI rehabilitation. It has been over a year since my accident, to be specific, … Continue reading Book Review: “Girl, Wash Your Face” By Rachel Hollis
Yesterday I talked about the importance of relaxation in riding. We talked about the reasons why it is important to relax on horseback, but not the “how to” relax on horse todays mission. First, You Need To Identify Why You Are Tense An important part of being able to relax is figuring out why you … Continue reading 24. Relaxation (Part 2)
Being able to be relaxed on horseback is an important skill for all riders to learn. It comes easier to some of us than it does others. That is okay though, relaxing on a horse is a skill that can be worked on and improved with time. First Things First! Leave all your negativity away … Continue reading 23. Relaxation (Part 1)
For My TBI Tribe “Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.” Carol Burnett “Life is 10 % of what happens to you, 90% how you react to it” Charles R. Swindoll “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts” Eleanor Roosevelt “Good, better,best, never let it rest … Continue reading Quotes To Ponder For The Week
Monday has such a negative connotation to some people. They dread going back to work after a weekend of fun. Maybe they dread all the things that have to be done in the upcoming week. If we are tired on a Monday morning we should be happy because we had so much fun over the … Continue reading All About Monday
A picture is worth a thousand words! All of these pictures were taken today! Zoe – The Patient! The first is of my mare Zoe, making goofy faces while Christina puts her standing bandages on. We still do not have the answer as to what is causing her lameness. It is super frustrating! For now, … Continue reading My Life In Pictures
Another Great Skill That Will Help With Cantering Riding in two-point position is another great way to tighten up your lower leg and improve your core strength. All things that will make you more prepared for cantering. Also, if you ever hope to jump, the two-point position is the position that you need to learn … Continue reading 22.Boot Camp Riders-Riding in Two-Point
I just realized that I have not written anything to my boot camp riders in a while! This is a check in type post to make sure you are focusing on the right things so that you will be ready for learning the next to important lessons. What are the next two important lessons? Riding … Continue reading 21.Boot Camp Rider Check-In!