Blogtober Day 2- Tip Tuesday

Ok so my tip today is not specific to horses but a general tip you can use in everyday life. It is don’t be too hard on yourself. It’s easy to compare yourself to other people but you know what we all have different strengths, weaknesses & goals. We live in the age of social media, so you can portray anything you want on your social media accounts. I’ve looked at other equestrian blogs & thought perhaps there is no point in starting mine. I’m not competing at a mega level. Actually I’m not competing at all at the moment so will people find me interesting? I’ve just started riding again after a gap of several years, so am I as good as the other girls? I feel like I don’t look as pretty as the other girls in my old riding clothes that are practical & functional. But you know what I did it anyway! I bought some new riding clothes & got out there! I was so pleased that some of my friends took the time to message me to say how much they liked my blog and more importantly I love my blog and enjoy writing it.

Happy Tuesday everyone!

For more from me please follow the induehorse Facebook page & @induehorse instagram account.

To check out the equestrian blogs in the blog hop visit https://www.timidrider.com/get-ready-for-equestrian-blogtober/

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ally says:

    I totally agree with everything you’ve said here! I think that while social media is fantastic in a lot of ways, it can make us second guess ourselves or become really self-critical.

    I’m like you: I don’t compete at mega-high levels or have any fancy riding attire so I always felt really self-conscious posting anything riding-related on social media out of a silly fear people would find it boring or judge me. But now I’m just like, hey, we’re all at different stages in our riding ‘career’ and it doesn’t matter at all what clothes you’re wearing! As long as we get enjoyment out of what we’re doing… who cares!

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    1. induehorse says:

      Thanks Ally. Exactly we just have to get out there and not let our concerns get in the way!

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  2. The only thing you can do is find your own voice and what you have to say, don’t worry about what anyone else is doing! You’ll find that you have more people relating to you than you would think. Welcome to the equestrian blogging community.

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    1. induehorse says:

      Thanks Heather it means a lot.

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