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How to regain your balance and equilibrium when life gets out of control (podcast)

By definition, balance is something that changes all the time in response to people and the world around us. But once things start to go wrong, life can easily get out of control. 121 more words

Fiona Price

No grand plan

In all the years I filmed for Horse Hero (the equestrian video website which was my business until last year) the most talked about aspect of dressage training (apart from the ‘scale of training’) was without a doubt the ‘half halt’, progressing to ‘forwards and back’ later on, especially as a tool for the advanced levels. 1,242 more words

Fiona Price

Don't ask, don't get!

Goodbye Rose, hello Sovereign! Rose has been replaced by veteran ex-dressage horse Sovereign who is 36 years young. I have known about Sovereign from the start of my search for a suitable companion for Talisman, 10 months ago but was reluctant to take him due to his age and the fact he had been in the same home for 30 years, living alone for much of the time. 1,263 more words

Fiona Price

Solving life's puzzles

Talisman’s next friend (number 5 in 10 months) was Polly, a small but rotund little person from just up the road. I was hoping she would be ‘Polly Perfect’ but it was not to be. 1,872 more words

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Affirmations and how to change your life (podcast)

I have been using affirmations since I was a teenager, for just about everything in my life – affirmations for my health and well-being, to create the life I want as well as influence the weather! 161 more words

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Talking to your food (podcast)

I’ve always thought carefully about food and nutrition, partly as a means to good health and partly because, having competed in two sports at international level, serious sport requires serious fuel. 121 more words

Fiona Price

Training your instinct (podcast)

We are born fully conscious of our instinct but for most of us, it’s lost through education which trains us to think logically. Yet, instinct is the best ‘sat nav’ we have in life. 180 more words

Fiona Price