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Article: First Day of School: A Survival Kit

First Day of School: A Survival Kit

First Day of School: A Survival Kit

Wow, where did the summer go? It seems like only yesterday that school ended and we were all excited to start our summer vacation, but now here we are, preparing for another school year! As always, the first day of school can be an exciting time, while also bringing plenty of angst and nerves. To take the edge off your new adventure you can always plan ahead to alleviate some of the stress.

BE PREPARED FOR YOUR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL WITH THESE SURVIVAL KIT!

DISCOVER YOUR CAMPUS

Make getting to your first classes as smooth as possible by being familiar with the campus and its layout. Additionally, you can look at the parking spaces that are available to you if you plan to drive to school. You should find all of your options, especially since campus parking can fill up super quickly.

PREPARE FOR THE WEATHER

Always keep a small travel umbrella or poncho in your bag to protect yourself from getting wet during any potential drizzle or rainfall. For areas with a lot of rain, this really is a must. You won't want to stress about the unpredictable weather during your first weeks.

Eco-friendly Umbrella from Totes

BRING A WATER BOTTLE

Staying hydrated is the key to success! Nowadays, schools usually have bottle-filling stations dotted across campus, making it easier to use reusable, eco-friendly bottles. This is perfect to keep you hydrated while reducing waste and saving money! So, why not try this Brita water filter bottle? You can carry this bottle anywhere on campus, and you will have filtered water all day!

PACK YOUR SCHOOL EQUIPMENTS

·       A Notebook

·       Pencil Case

·       A Folder

·       A Cute Tote-bag!

BRING YOUR LAPTOP

You will definitely need to bring your laptop to the first day of class. Even though some teachers might not need you to use one, there are those who are tech-savvy and will. A lot of professors have papers you will need to look at online while in class, such as the syllabus and other class-related material. So don’t forget your charger!

And Last,

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR CONFIDENCE!

Introduce yourself to your professors and classmates, and if you have any questions, ask them. Be yourself and be eager to begin this new chapter, even if it can be scary at times. You got this!

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