MB Coaching Blog

Gimme a Break

I truly love connecting with all of you weekly. I believe in the principles that I teach and I am happy to share my thoughts, feelings, and experiences as part of a real, full life journey. I want all of you to have a deep connection with yourselves, one that allows...

Brand Consistency Confusion

Marketers will tell you that brand consistency matters when wanting to sell your products. In fact, some experts would say that you must have a strict, unchanging set of principles which does not deviate. While I do trust that marketers know just how to nearly...

Three Steps to Giving Less F*cks

I recently was able to take a whirlwind long weekend trip to Las Vegas with my husband. We had a fantastic time, checking off some bucket list items and doing some of my favorite things (outside of triathlon).  I love clubbing and can’t imagine a time when I...

Making Tough Decisions

A couple weeks ago I ended up in a tough situation as a coach. I was supporting the team at a local race and soon after arriving the skies opened up— pouring down hard rain, with no end in sight.  The swim was soon canceled, turning the “triathlon” into a...

A Reminder

Like many of you (especially if you live in Wisconsin), my summers are filled with plans. And it is also my busiest time of work— with endurance sport race season in full swing. After two very busy life/work weeks and a short getaway to Las Vegas, I came to the...

A Need for Sleep

I had quite a busy week. In addition to my normal parenting, home, training, and work responsibilities, I took care of my three nieces and nephew— ages three through nine years. They are wonderful kids and we truly had an absolute blast. It was definitely worth...

Setting the Record Straight

I write this blog to inspire you. To provide a place for you to be open and honest with yourself. To give you new ways to think about old habits. To encourage you to live your most authentic life.  BUT— I also want to set the record straight. This is NOT a blog...

What Would You Do Differently?

Big transitions are good times to take a broader look at our life and ponder this title question. As we celebrated my middle child’s high school graduation this weekend, I marveled at the opportunities ahead of these young people. Not only academically or financially,...

A Dairy State of Mind

In case you do not know, I live in Wisconsin. Yes, I am absolutely a Green Bay Packer fan. Yes, we are genuinely nice people here in the midwest— we really do hold doors for ridiculously long times for others and randomly do odd jobs for and/or with our...

The “Meh” Continues

Another week, some more “meh.”  How do you describe “meh”? I personally feel “meh” when I am overwhelmed with so many emotions that I shut down certain parts of myself. It is almost like in order to save my battery for what needs to be done and felt, I become...