Am I the only one…

That doesn’t like reading online horse-related articles? I just cannot sit there, and read them !

me trying to read articles

Lots of them are in tiny little writing, with too many ads or other gobbly-gook on the sides that it is just so distracting trying to read them. There are rarely enough pictures pertaining to the actual topic that I am reading about. It is either more ad’s or something un-interesting.

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I am also more of a “do-er” then a “reader”. The only article I have read (that I can remember) that I have learned something from, and has been useful to me was the article on Practical Horseman by Laura Graves on creating a self going horse.

Did it take me all day at work to read it? Yes.

Did I enjoy reading it?  Yes.

Why? Because it was interesting. It was written in the way I learn AND there were lots of pictures! Plus I quite like Laura Graves’ way of doing things. It wasn’t overly complicated talking about having the “feeling” that so many articles talk about – but how do you understand that when you aren’t on the horse?

how i prefer to read

Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy reading. But the format I see on a lot of websites makes it hard for me to read. I would much rather have a book/magzine in front of me.

So please tell me that I am not actually the only person that is like this….please?

 

3 thoughts on “Am I the only one…

  1. lol yea i definitely know what you mean! there’s so much stuff that gets published in…. not very consumable forms haha. fwiw i follow most of my favorite feeds and publications through a feed reeder like Feedly. the viewer in feedly is standardized, so weird formatting issues like questionable uses of font, type size, and hard to see colors all go away.

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    1. omg, I didn’t eve know there was such a thing! I definitely need to look into that. There are a few articles that I want to read but the websites just SUCK! Thank you!

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