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May 21, 2008


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Enough sleep but not too much, exercise, and good nutrition. Those are hard for a college student to do, but it's the only way to keep healthy.

I have two Masters degrees and one Bachelors, (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) so I've had a lot of experience with exams. I was blessed in college to not have a car, and I had to walk 7-8 miles per day (exercise). I lived in a boarding house or had a meal ticket at school, so nutrition wasn't a problem. My big problem was lack of sleep. I read a report yesterday that when you're sleep deprived, your brain partially shuts down. Just what you don't need during finals.

Good luck and hang in there!


I am the mother of a college student who is an athlete and loves junk food and am always looking for ways to encourage better nutrition without being too pushy.

I think my daughter would just throw the nutritional things straight in the trash if I sent them out to her.

It seems to me that the best thing for staying healthy is to just get in the habit of eating sensibly, getting exercise and getting enough sleep. Also, don't give up when there are times like during exams) it won't be possible to stick with it. But, you get right back into the routine as soon as you can.

Now, I wish I could be as disciplined as I advise!


Hi Allen!
Thanks for the great advice!

xo, Katelyn

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