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Dear New Pony Mom

In next 10 weeks or so, countless letters to Santa will be carefully written with PONY listed at the top. If my own childhood is any indication, the majority of those children won’t find a new pony under their tree. But their pleas just may have swayed their parents enough to agree to start the […]

PCS Tales: The Quiet Of An Empty House

There’s a point in every PCS where I have to simply take a moment, in the quiet of an empty house, and acknowledge all the things we’re losing.  In my 10+ years as a military spouse, I’ve never minded the process of exploring and learning a new home. I’ve always found it to be a tremendous […]

State of the Move

6 weeks into planning and two weeks until we pack our things, this move has run me ragged. The strategy at this point in the military move is survival and sanity.  I wasn’t thrilled when we received news that the Army had decided to send us to Fort Knox, Kentucky. To be honest, I’m still […]

How To Improve Your Dressage Ride With Music

Riding, as important as it is, needs to fit in between family, work and all the other pieces that make up my life. To keep chasing my goals, I have to make each ride count. The  Musical Ride Company offers a creative solution: improve your dressage ride with music. Hannah, owner of the Musical Ride Company, […]

Balancing Home & Barn

Maintaining your riding in the midst of the busy every day is always a challenge. But I've found some tips and tools that work for me and I'm sharing them with you! Learn More

Fit2Ride

I'm working to lose weight, build strength and improve my strength and flexibility. I share my recipes, my workouts and my struggles. We also have a Facebook group just for riders looking to get more fit. Want to join me?
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Around My Table

Creating and sharing a meal with family & friends is as nourishing to the soul as good food is to the body. Come gather around my table.
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  • In next 10 weeks or so, countless letters to Santa will be carefully written with PONY listed at the top. If my own childhood is any indication, the majority of those children won’t find a new pony under their tree. But their pleas just may have swayed their parents enough to agree to start the… [Continue Reading]

    Dear New Pony Mom
  • There’s a point in every PCS where I have to simply take a moment, in the quiet of an empty house, and acknowledge all the things we’re losing.  In my 10+ years as a military spouse, I’ve never minded the process of exploring and learning a new home. I’ve always found it to be a tremendous… [Continue Reading]

    PCS Tales: The Quiet Of An Empty House
  • 6 weeks into planning and two weeks until we pack our things, this move has run me ragged. The strategy at this point in the military move is survival and sanity.  I wasn’t thrilled when we received news that the Army had decided to send us to Fort Knox, Kentucky. To be honest, I’m still… [Continue Reading]

    State of the Move
  • Riding, as important as it is, needs to fit in between family, work and all the other pieces that make up my life. To keep chasing my goals, I have to make each ride count. The  Musical Ride Company offers a creative solution: improve your dressage ride with music. Hannah, owner of the Musical Ride Company,… [Continue Reading]

    How To Improve Your Dressage Ride With Music
  • With less than 30 days left until we move to Kentucky, my weekly meal planning focuses on using the ingredients in my pantry. This week I need simple and sustaining! I’m no stranger to moving – we’ve done 7 moves in the 10 years my husband and I have been married. Despite being a complete… [Continue Reading]

    Meal Planning For Simple Dinners