The pandemic has forced many people to make significant changes to their daily lives. As we all adjust to the “new normal,” Bricole Reincke has spent her free time expanding her creative side through painting, photography, jewelry making, and horseback riding.
All her life, Bricole Reincke had a love of horses, but she took up horseback riding only within the last few years. Her introduction to horseback riding and the world of competitive riding is a source of pride for her but also one of creative expression. Bricole Reincke believes there are meditative components and creativity in horseback riding that isn’t always necessarily associated with the equestrian community. Her ability to confidently communicate to her horse directly through subtle movements on the field creates a real mind and body connection that fuels her creativity even when she’s miles away from the barn.
Bricole Reincke even makes the connection between horseback riding and her marketing career, as both are all about timing and reacting instinctively to circumstances. In her profession, Bricole deals with various challenges across the course of a day and frequently pulls from her creative side to solve problems effectively and efficiently.
In 2020, Bricole launched the BricoleReincke.org website as a way to talk about creativity and its positive impacts it has made on her life. She believes that creativity can be a powerful problem-solving tool for every individual and it is important for adults to find and expand their creativity through whichever outlet they enjoy.
To learn more about Bricole and read her articles on creativity, check out her website at www.bricolereincke.org.