When I was a kid, I read A LOT. I constantly had a book on me and I was usually reading two or three books at once. At least one book was a horse book. Sometimes it was a fiction story like Black Beauty or Misty of Chincoteague and sometimes it was autobiographies like Monty Roberts’ The Man Who Listens to Horses. I loved reading about horses and then I would take some of the things I read and try it with my horse. This meant that I spent a lot of time observing my horse and it was the best thing I ever did as a kid.Continue reading
I had the pleasure of teaching a ground lesson to adults recently and it was so fun. I usually teach children and young adults so it was fun to step outside my normal therapeutic riding lessons and get to do a ground-based lesson for adults.Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I posted about how experiences with the horse can help us better deal with difficult people. Today I want to talk about the horse can help us better handle difficult situations.
Happy New Year!
I don’t know about you, but I am ready for life to slow down after a busy holiday season. It can be difficult to come down from the craziness of the holidays and settle back into a routine. Sometimes it feels like it can be difficult to even take a breath. That’s what I want to focus on today.