Soon I will be an MBA. I will have a masters of business administration and a graduate degree in animal science. That's a lot of schooling. With all of this experience, I feel pressure to be wise and to have myself figured out. I know that I don't have to, but that's what modern society says. … Continue reading What I’m Good At.
To-do list. The first "to-do" of productivity (sorry, I can't help it) is to compose lists of everything that needs to be done. It's easier for me to wrap my head around the amount of work I have to do if I write it out. These lists can include everything from what needs to be … Continue reading Enhancing Productivity
I love nature for many reasons, but the first and foremost is that it never ceases to amaze me. Example A: Lake Tahoe. More specifically, desolation wilderness. Located just before the actual lake, desolation wilderness is perfect for almost any activity. On this particular sunny day, we went on a day hike. Since desolation wildnerness is … Continue reading Desolation Wildnerness
Hi, all! So I've been gone awhile....sorry! Grad school is kicking my butt. Not gonna lie I have been so busy and today I totally forgot to shower and I didn't realize that until just now. But anyways, on to what I actually wanted to say. I tried something new and hopped on the Western … Continue reading Thanksgiving
Ah, the beach! There's nothing more relaxing than taking a dip in the warm salt water, sun bathing, and just watching the world go by. Not a summer day goes by without me thinking about how wonderful the beach is compared to my stuffy apartment. And of course, the beach is too good not to … Continue reading Tips for Taking Your Dog to the Beach
I recently graduated from college and....ohmygosh I'm an alum!! So weird to think about, but I'm so happy I now have a bachelors. Even though I will no longer be in college, I still will post tips and college experiences, because well, because college is really damn hard. Since I just finished a huge task, … Continue reading Senior Pictures with Horses: How-To
Recently, Eventing Nation posted an article titled, 'Is This Sport Safe Enough? Breaking Down the Latest Eventing Statistics.' I believe that this article is very appropriate for all riders to read, whether eventers or not. The eventing world has seen some hard times in the past couple of months as multiple riders (and horses) have … Continue reading In Response…
This app has changed my life. Why? Because hikes I didn't even know about have become available to me at the tip of my fingers. For anyone that loves the outdoors (hiking, camping, cycling, etc.), this is the app for you. You can download it free on the app store and gain so much … Continue reading The Outbound
We've all been there. When your vet mutters the dreadful words that your prime competition horse is lame and needs time off, a little piece of soul dies. Recently, Raven somehow hurt herself and needed a couple of months off. This wasn't our first rodeo, so I came up with a couple tips I've learned … Continue reading Combatting Stall Rest
Last week, I received an email stating that I was admitted into the MBA program at my school. Not only am I relieved that I know what I am doing for the next 10 months, I am excited that I can start the rest of my life. Finding what you want to do "when you … Continue reading Good News!