I Have Created A New Habit
Last night, I completed my own challenge. And while I am extremely happy to be done with it, I woke up this morning feeling a little lost. Because every day for the past 32 days, I have been getting up at 5:00 AM to work on editing a video, or working on a blog post to share with you. But today when I woke up, I didn’t have anything that I had to do. That’s just weird!
Have you ever heard of the saying that if you do something for 30 days in a row, it will establish a habit? Well, as I sit here at 5:30 in the morning writing this blog post I can attest to the truth of it. If you do something every day for 30 days in a row, you will have a new habit.
And after reviewing all of the posts I have created over the past 30 days, I thought it might be helpful for you to have all 30 days of the challenge in one place. Which is why this post was created.
The 30 Day Confident Rider Challenge
Here is a recap of the 30 day confident rider challenge, every day, in one place!
Day 6: How to lunge your horse
Day 7: The importance of groundwork
Day 12: The difference in tack
Day 17: When you have a bad day
Day 18: Wearing a helmet for safety
Day 19: Getting in the saddle
Day 20: Tacking up for trail work
Day 21: Using ground poles in your arena
Day 22: Day off for your horse, but you could still groom your horse!
Day 24: Don’t get bored
Day 25: Recording your riding
Day 26: It’s time to trot
Day 27: Listen to the podcast
Day 28: Working on two point position
Day 29: Are YOU ready to canter
30 Days To Being More Confident In The Saddle
And that is it! 30 days, and 30 ideas that you can work on to improve your level of confidence around your horse. Starting from the ground, and working your way up into the saddle. And if you are a more visual learner, I have 30 videos for you over on my YouTube channel, The Budget Equestrian that you can watch, along with an additional 400 and something other videos too.
I made a commitment to myself, and to you to get this challenge done, and I was able to do it! No easy task, I assure you. But it is done, and time to figure out what my next goal will be with my horses. Hopefully this information will be helpful for you, and help you to be more confident around your horse!