E37 – 37: Relationships & Body Empowerment Through Food With Jacque Timple
Today’s episode has Erin and Rachel chatting with special guest Jacque Timple. Jacque is a wife, mom, dog mom, co-parent extraordinaire, three-time Ironman competitor, health and wellness coach through Arbonne and Intervention Specialist.
Erin and Rachel start it off with wanting to know more about the Ironman competition. Jacque dishes on her decision to train for it to combat the loneliness when her daughter and boyfriend (now husband) weren’t around. She also talks about how training and the competition itself changed her life and lifestyle.
Jacque then goes into the relationship changes that also occurred when she started training for the Ironman. It led to some relationships ending and the dynamic in others to change drastically. Rachel agrees that when you make a big lifestyle change that dominates your life the relationships around you also change. They all agree that the relationships with other women especially change.
Jacque also shares about her passion to help others feel good about themselves. She wants everyone to have a positive outlook in all situations. But she currently does this through coaching others on lifestyle changes and food empowerment.
All three of the girls discuss what is optimal fuel is for your body. Knowing what is actually good food and how much is needed to live healthily. Jacque tells of a client success story that involved implementing these strategies.
Here are some big takeaways:
- Jealousy of others can hinder our own success
- You need to be your own best friend first
- Slip ups with food happen and to not punish yourself
- Rachel’s Ferris Bueller analogy
- Jacque’s breast explant story
Let’s take a listen!
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- “Say what you mean, mean what you say.” -Jacque
- “Honesty can get people so much further.” -Jacque
- “Who’s the common denominator in these relationships?” -Rachel
- “ You gotta be your own best friend.” -Rachel
- “I stunted my own growth and success because I had a negative association with success.” -Erin