I’m not generally one for New Year’s Resolutions but I do like to set myself goals (generally with very little time frame restrictions) so here’s some I intend on working towards in the next year!
The first goal for the year is a bit of a continuation of what I have already been doing and doesn’t really have an end point (so not a SMART target!) but it is to get stronger! I’m not in the camp of people who want to lose weight or look more ‘insta ready’ but having gone right down to the strength of a marshmallow in July after my hip replacement, I have a whole new appreciation for muscle and core strength. I know it will help my riding as well as my general continued hip rehab! The plan is to continue with home physio, do more yoga, more walking and more swimming!
I can almost hear you reading this and saying ‘come on Poppy, you keep banging on about wanting to compete but you still haven’t done it’.. Well this year is our year. It has been around 17 months since our last real dressage competition (see the picture below) and that is appalling! I now have the transport and the support, just need to rustle up the money and the skills!
On a more personal note, we hope to move house in the early part of this year. Having already moved ten times since I left my parents’ house in 2010, I am hopeful that we can find somewhere to properly settle in a good location for Pea and both of our work locations AND with space for our guinea pigs and potential future additions to our team.
So there we go! Short, sweet and hopefully achievable! What are your goals for the year?
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I am going to get around to writing a post about my goals. I have thought about it at least. All the best for the coming year and your goals. They are all good ones.
Happy New Year. Love the marshmallow analogy. Feeling a bit the same after a lazy Christmas. Fitness and strength on my list too!
Great goals! Also? Pea is ADORABLE ❤
Good goals. I have faith in you, can’t wait to see you competing!
Great goals!! I really hope you get to achieve all three – good luck with the house move & finding for perfect place 🙂
Don’t forget, if competing’s on your agenda, you can always give it a go at home in the short term with one of the online hosts. Many have more than only dressage now too! 🙂
Good luck and all the best for 2019!
Great goals! Haygrazer online dressage competitions are good if you are struggling for time to compete as you can do them at home!
Goodluck Poppy! I am sure you’ll smash your goals. I can’t wait to hear how you go st your competitions this year 😊
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