I embrace each new year, happy to be alive and well, and eager to make the most of the year to come, personally, professionally and in my horsemanship. I’m a big believer in New Year’s Resolutions, and I almost always keep them (almost).
The key is to set attainable goals. Instead of vowing to have a more organized household, my resolution this year is to:
- Clean out and re-organize my pantry, and
- Consume all the meat in my freezer before buying any more.
Although professional and personal growth goals are a little more challenging, my horsemanship goals are purely for the sake of joy! Stay tuned for my horse report later this month, to hear about my horsemanship resolutions.
I am back on the road this month, with business trips to Denver for the Western & English Sales Association and to Fort Collins, to do some demos on horse behavior at Colorado State University.
After a private clinic in Florida for the Gypsy Vanner Annual Conference in February, I head to the White Stallion Ranch in Tucson to film the TV show, then on to Pennsylvania for the Horse World Expo in Harrisburg.