Back to School Shopping
Back to school is right around the corner. You know what that means?
What do you need and what should you splurge on?
Read on 👇
There’s nothing like the smooth glide of a brand new pen. Rip open a new box & get to scribbling!
To splurge or not to splurge?
If you can, get the multicolored pack for color coordinating your classes, life, and coloring your stress away.
2. Notebooks & Folders
Coordination is key, of course. A note book for each class is a great way to focus & get your head in the game.
Plan. It. Out.
We can’t say it enough. Schedule your classes, gym sessions and even your study breaks and “me” time.
Splurge: Having a fun planner can be all the motivation you need to write things down and make it happen. Target’s dollar bin = clutch.
Bonus: Download our Louie planner sheets here: bit.ly/NAUPlanner
Remember, we’re at 7,000 feet. Stay hydrated and up your H20 intake.
Carry your water bottle with you at all times and refill it at the many water stations around campus.
If you can splurge: get a stainless steel/insulated thermos. This will keep your tea/coffee warm from leaving your dorm all the way to your class.
5. Snacks, coffee, and some good tea! 😉
Have a stash and avoid the hangry phase.
Splurge: Organize your snacks using behind-the-door storage.
6. A cozy jacket
Because yes… you’ll need it.
When in Lumberjack Country, wear plaid. Flannel, especially during the cooler fall and winter days.
8. Snow Boots
For playing in the snow and walking to class too — snow boots will help make sure you don’t slip and slide your way to school.
9. Post it notes
While laptops and phones have sticky note apps, nothing beats seeing it right in front of you.
The more visible your note — the more you’re likely to remember it and DO IT.
10. White poster putty and command strips
The easiest and most simple way to hang items in your dorm = white poster putty and command strips.
Get creative… Hang posters, curtains, tapestries. Your blank walls are your canvas!
Remember, to avoid move our charges, avoid putting nails and screws into the walls.