In the Magazine: Hannah Patten of The Patten Standard on The Show Burnout

Riding a horse is no easy task. Doing it for the three months of WEF, day in and day out, in addition to maintaining a job and succeeding as a full-time student doesn’t make it any easier. I have learned from experience that recognizing your own signals of burnout can be the key to avoiding it.

Feeling distracted, unmotivated, or disconnected are indications that you are headed toward burnout, and I’m excited to share my keys to avoid getting to a breaking point before it’s too late.

Break the Cycle

Doing the same thing every day reminds me a little bit of prison. Change up your routine and schedule and make it fun for yourself. Go on random adventures and lean on your friends to help keep your season fun.

Read the full article in the March issue of Heels Down Magazine.

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