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“New Year, New Me?!”— Have you heard of that? It’s 2018 and it’s about time we decide to finally not only convince ourselves that we’re healthy but to actually do things that make us healthy. Here are 3 tips that I think will help you become healthy.

  1. Meal prep
  2. Park car far— Exercise/mentally prepare yourself before class
  3. Bullet journal– Track yourself

Kaila MaCullough

Hi, my name is Kaila-Marie. I am a business major and I love filming, especially when I am traveling. I am enthusiastic about traveling, going on new adventures and exploring. I enjoy being able to capture the moment while visiting a new place; it is amazing. I enjoy many sports, such as skiing, surfing, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse. My favorite sport would be skiing because it only happens once every year here in Maryland. I take advantage of our winters especially since it is short. I am very interested to play volleyball again; however, I could never find places to go except the courts by my house (which are usually occupied).

I am a very passionate person, always willing to give people 100% of my time whether it's school, work, or friendships. Being able to support others has been my nature. I enjoy giving back to the people who have been with me through my long journey of growing up. I hope my vlogs can entertain you and make you realize that community college is a great choice and that you can meet wonderful people.

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  1. Kaila, these are really great tips! I, like you, take that little bit of extra time to make good, healthy ‘on the go’ food. So many people are perhaps just a tad too lazy to put the effort in, but the health effects in the long run are well worth that effort (not to mention the money saved). Parking farther than you need to is also a simple but effective way to get exercise in when the day is tight. Always good to leave a little extra time though in case you must park far not by choice. Did you do the drawing? If so, you are very talented. I used to a lot myself and it is a great calming activity.
    It looks like the winter break did you good – looking healthy and your tips will keep you that way this semester.

    1. Thank you! One thing I learned in class is that no one doesn’t have time for anything, we just don’t make time for it. Making food ‘on the go’ doesn’t take much time unless you make it. Being a college student and trying to save money is super important! I like coming to school an 30 minutes to an hour early so that I can take my time to walk to class and mentally prepare myself for the day.

      I actually do not draw. I am not an artist, however, I do like to write… a lot. Thank you so much I appreciate it.

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