This might be controversial but I think procrastination has a place in the modern world
Today our busy lives are full of rush rush rush and in this time of instantaneous mobile communication we expect quick answers and rapid results, but do you sometimes find yourself leaving tasks, projects and jobs? Continue reading →
Getting my own place to keep my horses was a dream come true. A long long held dream, ever since I had ponies in fact. There are some advantages to livery yards – hacking out with others, someone on hand Continue reading →
Whilst I am getting fed up with the cold, the wind, not to mention the mud, winter is very useful for regulating the ponies weight. In fact it is an important part of horse management, especially in modern times.
Today is Freethinkers Day, celebrating Thomas Paine who was born on January 29th 1737. British born Thomas was instrumental in the American revolution with his pamphlet ‘Common Sense’. He also lived for a while in France (falling foul of Robespierre) Continue reading →
Since I started blogging, I have found a lovely, friendly community of fellow equestrian bloggers. Although I tend to sit somewhat outside of their usual circle of friends as I don’t subscribe to most of normal Horse World goings on, Continue reading →