At its best, barn time is a mini vacation. It’s like being ‘off the grid’ for that 45 minutes you’re in the saddle.
But what if your commitments hover over you as you ride?
I get questions all the time about how to ‘balance’ regular life with a serious sport like riding.
You can’t have it all.
Click below for tools to create boundaries in order to be fully present in whatever you are doing including riding your best.
A recent transplant to Phoenix, I now understand the meaning of HOT temperatures and health. Hydration and nutrition require more thought in extreme weather. Below are the staples I purchase online for use in the summer before, during and after riding.
Not going anywhere but ‘round and ‘round the arena?
Are you aimlessly participating in lessons with no real plan?
Let me give you a hand.
Here’s the key: you still need an objective or you’re not giving yourself a chance.
I get a lot of suggestions for articles; one of the topics that comes up most frequently is envy among fellow riders and the discomfort it creates at the barn.
How do we protect ourselves from others’ envy and unkindness—and, even more importantly, how to we keep ourselves from falling into the trap of feeling envious?
Click below for tips to alleviate the influence of envy that may be surrounding you.
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