In this video I share with you the key mindset shift that has helped me overcome micro-managing my horses.
How about you? Are you a recovering equine manager?
This time last year #RanchHorseBreezy and I were on an adventure in the Black Hills of South Dakota. I had been selected as a Volunteer Roundup Rider for Custer State Park's Annual Buffalo Roundup! I have so many awesome memories from this trip, and it built my confidence in so many ways!
Once you've hauled over 1,000 miles, just you, your horse, and the road (and only put one little dent in the trailer fender), your self-confidence increases.
Once you've galloped your horse alongside a herd of thundering buffalo, your confidence increases.
Once you've scaled some really rocky trails, your confidence increases.
When you step out of your comfort zone, you find great adventures. You see beautiful sights. You meet amazing people (camp site neighbors are the best!)
Best of luck to all of this year's Roundup Riders!
Three simple tips to transform the February Funk to Focus and get on track to achieve your horsemanship dreams.
As I write this, it is below zero with extreme wind chills. Not exactly inspiring weather to get out and ride!
February is always a tough month. Gone is the excitement of the holidays, and January’s energy to new year’s resolutions has been sapped away and frozen. Did you know that by February over 85% of people have given up on their new year’s resolutions? While the days are getting longer, February has an energy of exhaustion. We are tired of winter. We are tired of cold. We are tired of snow. Simply, we are tired.
If you keep your horses at home, I feel you. After feeding and chores on a frigid February day, I want to do is thaw the icicles out of my hair and eyelashes, put my frozen feet in front of a heater and wrap my popsicle fingers around a cup of hot cocoa and snuggle under a blanket and not come out until June!
Then I look at the calendar, and see that show season starts in three months.