So, let’s get the difficult stuff out of the way; you are not a professional rider. There, I said it. I know, you probably don’t believe me, and if you do, you are angrily brainstorming how this could have possibly happened. If it’s any consolation, you gave it a great try. You spent almost three years as a working student before you could no longer survive off of Ramen noodles, beans, and cheese. You maxed out all your credit cards and worked 12 to 16 hour days riding and grooming whatever you could for extra money. You tried. But eventually you made the decision to return home and get your undergraduate degree. Now that you are aware of how much of a failure your older self is, we can continue on. Read more.
Is My Relationship With My Trainer Normal?
“You spend so much time, energy, and money at the barn on either your horse, or your own training. It’s likely you feel your business relationship with your trainer morphing into a personal relationship, but that’s OK as long as it works for you. Like a coach or mentor, your relationship can improve your riding and your relationship with your horse as long as it works for you. Wondering about this intersection is completely normal.” Read it.
Video Of The Week: 15-Minute No Equipment HIIT Workout
“This week we have a 15-minute fat burning HIIT workout by The Body Coach with no equipment needed. That’s right, only 15 minutes out of your day for a full body burn, no gym needed. For those of you that aren’t familiar with HIIT training, HIIT uses an interval system of “work really hard, then recover.” Read it.
How To Be Miserable Wanting What I Can’t Have
“First, you start by paying attention to everyone else. What they’re doing, what they’re saying, what they’re wearing. Who they are, who their friends are. Paying attention to everyone else is the best way to begin your journey of wanting what you can’t have. Because you’re not like them, you’re you. Because you’re not someone else, you’re you. But paying attention to everyone else reminds you that you’re different, and that you should be something or someone else.” Read more here.