Horse Chats is a blog for any horse enthusiast, young or old, interested in living an equestrian life. New posts come out every Monday and include riding tips and tricks, liberty, dressage training, riding insights, equestrian clothing wear reviews, and a sneak peak into my horsey life. My goal is to write about things that inspire me, so hopefully, I can inspire you as well. Horses are an..
Long time no talk and I want to apologize to all of you for not being very active lately. This summer has literally been crazyyy! Can any of you relate?!
Today, I want to explain to you all why I haven’t been so active lately. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably have heard more of me on there as I just to stay consistent with posts on Instagram, but I have definitely not been consistent on my blog lately. Just sit back and let me explain…
Why haven’t I been active?
Reason #1: I moved to a different city!
The first reason why I haven’t been very active lately is because my family and I actually moved to a brand new city. If you have moved before, you know that it can be very crazy and stressful at times. I have been in the midst of unpacking boxes and getting settled in to our brand new house, not to mention a brand new city. So that is the first reason why I haven’t been very active.
Reason #2: Blogger Break
If you are a blogger, you understand that every blogger needs a break sometimes. So not only have I been in the process of moving to a different city, but I have also been having a bit of a break from blogging. This break has been amazing and I am coming at you all with more inspiration and content for the blog! So get excited!!
I hope that this post helped you to understand why I haven’t been very active on the blog. But I want you all to know that I am going to much more consistent from now on and I have a lot of exciting things planned for the future! Thank you again for all sticking with me and for all the new people who joined and subscribed! You all are the best and this blog would not be alive without you all! Until next time… don’t forget to hug your horse!