I’ve been thinking a lot about this idea. I have no idea why it popped into my head one day, or even how to appropriately attribute the quote. (If you know where it came from originally, drop me a comment and I’ll make sure to update the post.) I like the idea that “overnight success” … More Overnight Success
As Olivia has wisely said, words have power. I have been thinking about this the last few days. Some context. I have just a few things going on in my life right now. I am getting settled in a new job, which is wonderful but mentally taxing and has a lot of Very Important Paperwork like tax … More Choosing Powerful Words
On the way to the show last weekend, a Macklemore song came on the radio. It really hits me hard every time I hear it – “Good Old Days.” I wish somebody would have told me babe Some day, these will be the good old days All the love you won’t forget And all these … More Gratitude
Oh, hey there. I’m still here. Still riding. Still wedding planning. Still working. There’s so. much. going. on. All good though. Because my brain is too full, here’s just a list of unrelated things that are happening. Duke is amazing (per usual) Seriously. I learned a new trick in lessons. Actually it’s just good riding … More Still Here.
The man who first taught me to ride passed away yesterday. Dan Ramberg was truly one of the greats. His accolades were many – from being named the Minnesota Horse Council’s Horseperson of the Year, to his nationally-recognized Roman riding show in the 1950s. You can watch some clips of that here: To me, I … More One of the Greats
I have thought all day about whether I should write about my reaction to the U.S. Presidential election results. After all, this is a horse blog, right? Well. The tagline is, “On horseback as in life: Stay centered for best results.” And I think part of staying centered, mentally and emotionally, is purging some of this … More I don’t recognize this country
So many of us are so tempted to do what we think we’re supposed to do. This awesome comic strip is a reminder that what we should really be doing is what makes us feel fulfilled. What would you do if money were no object? More importantly: are you actually doing that?