My name is Kim Hallin and I created this blog to share stories and lessons learned from my time serving as the custodian and friend of some amazing equine sages. My experiences living and interacting with the horses that have constituted my evolving herd are what led me to understand what author Linda Kohanov meant when she asked, “What if horses are not here to work for us, but to work on us?“.
In 2017 I took a leap of faith, leaving my 20-year career in higher education fundraising and non-profit management to start Unbridled, LLC where I bring horses and humans together, to heal and grow together. Click here to take my FREE survey designed to help you identify areas of your life that may be holding you back!
If this is your first time visiting my blog, welcome! The way I approach my writing is to weave individual messages and stories into a larger over-arching understanding about life and the world around us. Although I hope that my individual blog posts are meaningful and useful as stand-alone articles, in order to get the full benefit of this blog I encourage you to go back to the beginning (July 2016 in the archives), and start with my very first post. It’s then easy to move forward through the series by clicking the arrows at the end of each post. Feel free to come and go in the days, weeks or months ahead as your time and interest dictate.
If you find my blog interesting, entertaining, useful or inspiring please let me know by leaving a comment or by liking and sharing your favorite posts. I always love to hear feedback from readers, including alternative interpretations or stories from your own experiences. My journey is limited to my personal experiences and I am always looking for missing pieces that might help my own understanding to evolve. Thank you for visiting!
By the way, if you are interested you can learn more about me and my horses by visiting the “About Us” tab of my website.
You can also visit the business page for Unbridled, LLC on Facebook or join my public Facebook group which celebrates the horse-human connection, especially as it relates to nurturing our collective body, mind, spirit balance.