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Sunday Review Week 4 - No Good Deed Goes Un.......

healthy lifestyle Jan 28, 2018

Welcome to the Foolish Couple’s Sunday Review. Our work focuses on promoting healthy lifestyles.

Every Sunday, we review what happened over the past week. Incidents that went well, we celebrate, and when it’s not, we share with each other, honestly, without judgement. We learn from it and figure out how to prevent the same situation from happening again.

And every week, we conclude our review with 3 things:

1.      Billboard – A ‘wisdom’ that will inspire and motivate you

2.      Lesson – Something we learned relating to healthy lifestyle

3.      Memory – A memory of our time together as a couple

This week, it’s all about doing good.

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished is a ‘wisdom’ that has been passed down for years. According to Google, the original quote came from Clare Boothe Luce (1903 – 1987).

Is there any truth to this? Perhaps.

Have you ever...

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Sunday Review - Week 3 - What doesn't kill you makes you stronger

coach entrepreneurship Jan 22, 2018

Welcome to the Foolish Couple’s Foolish Review 2018. We are Health and Relationship coaches and success mentors, serial entrepreneur, writer, and co-founder of the Foolish Academy.

Our resolution this year is to do a constant, weekly review of ourselves, and to share 3 main things with you every week.

1.      Billboard – A ‘wisdom’ that will inspire and motivate you

2.      Lesson – A tidbit we learned that week relating to our HEART framework (Health, Employment, Assets, Relationships, Time)

3.      Memory – A memory of our time together as a couple

We’re onto Week 3. And this week, it’s all about building a new business.

First, here’s this week’s quote. And it’s actually one of our own. The inspiration came from our Success Coaching program, and also from our practice of the Law of Attraction. The quote says:

Our expectation manifests our...

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Sunday Review - Week 2 - Get Comfortable Doing the Uncomfortable

Once, there was a young martial arts student. He was at an Aikido dojo, and he watched his Sensei, his teacher, sparring with another accomplished fighter. He was very impressed and he walked up to his master, saying.

 “Master, you never lose your balance. What is the secret?”

 His sensei answered him, “You are wrong, my child. I am constantly losing my balance. My skill lies in my ability to regain my balance, over and over again.”

 

We lose our balance all the time. Every day, we strive on doing what’s uncomfortable.

This week, our challenge is to rebuild our website, create, setup, and promote an online program. Although we are experienced entrepreneurs, what we’re doing is still new to both of us. And we learn together, discuss the ins and outs, ups and downs of this new endeavor that we are pursuing this year.

 So in our weekly review this week, we’re going to talk about getting uncomfortable. You see, everything...

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Science proves exercise alone won't help you lose much weight

We are at that time of year where everyone is busy making New Years’ resolution. Sometimes, it’s the same resolution as last year, and the year before … Year after year, we consume too much food and drinks over the holidays, and we want to shed those excess pounds we gained and get into shape.

But before you sign up for another gym membership promotion, hoping that this year you can lose weight and get in shape by working out regularly, let me ask you this:

How did that work out for you last year? Or the year before that? Do you think this year will be any different?

You may be very enthusiastic at first, going to the gym every day, taking as many fitness classes as you can, lifting weights, doing spin classes, kick boxing, etc…

 

Your enthusiasm may last about 30 days, maybe even up to 2 months. We notice this because, the parking lot at the gym is always full the first 2 months of the year. And then, it gets emptier and emptier.

You burn out, because...

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Billboards Hearts and Memories 1

 

Billboards Hearts and Memories is the Foolish Couple's 2018 New Year's Resolution. A wisdom, a learning, and a memory each week.

Welcome to the Foolish Couple’s Foolish Review 2018.

Our resolution this year is to do a constant, weekly review of ourselves, and to share 3 main things with you every week.

1.      Billboard – A ‘wisdom’ that will inspire and motivate you

2.      Lesson – A tidbit we learned that week relating to our HEART framework (Health, Employment, Assets, Relationships, Time)

3.      Memory – A memory of our time together as a couple

To kick start 2018, Here’s Week 1:

1. This week's Billboard quote is from Yoda:

2. HEART lesson - on HEALTH

This week’s lesson came from our Body Transformation program. Developing a new lifestyle habit takes time and patience, but once it become a habit, we will enjoy a lifetime of benefits from good habits. The...

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Need a New Year's Resolution ideas? How about this?

 

Foolish Insight, 2018-01-07

We are the Foolish Couple.  As Relationship success coaches and mentors, we give you all the information you need on building your meaningful, fulfilling, happy and joyful life.

 

If you have been with us for a while you would know that we set a couple’s new year’s resolution every year. Basically, every year, we decide on something that we would do together, as a couple, would enhance our experience as a couple.

 

2 years ago we decided to watch 52 sunsets together. We felt that everyone is always so “busy busy busy” that we often forget the beauty that is already around us. So we decided on watching sunsets together, just to take a few moments to be unplugged, relaxed, and just take in the beauty of nature.

 

Last year, we upped the game by setting a goal to cook 12 meals together. Now it may sound like a simple goal. We’re not talking about just our daily meals. We do eat dinner at home 3 to 4 times a...

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Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

 

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Hello. We are the Foolish Couple, and you are watching The Foolish Insights. We create these video blogs to give you a boost to your success, and it may be about your relationship, your career, finances, contributions, or, like today, we’re going to talk about Health.

Specifically, the latest craze on intermittent fasting.

So how is Intermittent Fasting different from Starvation?

Starvation is a global problem, and it is the absence of food, not by choice.

Fasting, on the other hand, is just choosing not to eat the food for a certain amount of time. And it can be for health, spiritual or other reasons.

So by definition, we actually “fast” everyday. The time between your dinner and your breakfast, which is usually about 12 to 14 hours, is your fasting period.

Therefore, “Breakfast” literally means Breaks your Fast. Get it? [tweet this]

So is it really necessary to fast? in our opinion, eating and fasting is all about balance. Over eating is...

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How to Train your Dragon

Uncategorized Sep 28, 2017
 

Foolish Insight, 2017-09-26]

Dragon. Mythical, mystical, mysterious, powerful.

Remember Bruce Lee in ‘Enter the Dragon’?

Daenerys, the mother of the 3 dragons, in the ‘Game of Thrones’?

Dragons symbolize wisdom, longevity, sexuality, fertility, procreation, and regeneration. They are seen as mythical beings having magical powers.

 

They are also symbolic of life, growth, existence and prosperity. The ancient Chinese regarded the dragon as the most potent of all symbols of energy and good fortune.


They believed that dragons bring them luck, prosperity, abundance, consistent success and high achievement.


It was said that Dragons represent potent propitious powers, especially control over rainfall, floods and hurricanes.

 

Today, the dragon is still a very popular symbol that stands for valiance, heroism, boldness, self-confidence, power, excellence, perseverance, nobility, vitality and happiness.

 

It brings about physical as well as spiritual...

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You ARE what you EAT ... and That's NOT a good thing!

Uncategorized Sep 19, 2017
 

Foolish Insight, 2017-09-18

You are what you eat …

And its not a good thing

We have received tremendous response from our previous blog: Prevention is better than cure, and we have been flooded with questions and comments.

Many of you told us that they eat “healthy”, according to either the USDA Food Pyramid, or to the more Current USDA My Plate recommendations.

Since the Food Pyramid is seen as the "authoritative" source for nutritional information it has been propagated by the media, by teachers, physicians and nutritionists all over the country.

But do you know where the food pyramid came from?

The USDA Food pyramid began in the late 1800’s by Wilbur Olin Atwater, a PHD in agricultural chemistry. Atwater was tasked and funded by the government to build a respiration Calorimeter for studying Human metabolism.

He determined that the calorie was a means of measuring the efficiency of a diet and that different foods produced different amounts of energy. His...

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2 Wolves and a Funeral

Uncategorized Aug 12, 2017
 

And during times of sadness, we feel that it is often much more difficult to keep our ‘cool’, to be polite and thoughtful, and to be forgiving. Human interactions can become rather ugly sometimes, and our emotions are often elevated.

So, without naming our friends and family, you could imagine, like you saw in the movies, how people often fight over the smallest thing, like a silver serving spoon that’s been with the family for years. Or people that brought up old, unresolved issues and started fighting all over again.

Watching all these drama over the past few weeks actually reminded me of an old Cherokee legend. And it goes like this:

An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life.

“A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.

“It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves.

One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and...

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