From meeting so many new people to taking classes at all hours of the day and evening, dorm living and college life unfold at a fast, unpredictable pace. Your dorm room, and the dorm supplies it contains, should help you be prepared. While some days college life will fly by amid your whirlwind of activity, it offers an enduring lesson: be prepared.
Though you'll spend plenty of time meeting people and having fun, college is college, and that means schoolwork, exams, reading and all other activities will keep you plenty busy. Even if you're a quick worker, it's enough to tire any student out. But fear not. Your dorm room should be maxed out as the ultimate comfortable sleeping zone. To do so, it has to be prepped for two essential but different sleeping styles: the full night's rest and the nap.
Comfortable dorm bedding will get you more than your share of great night's sleep, but the nap is a different element. If you change into your PJs and climb into bed for a nap, you risk not waking up until next week. So stay above the covers and toss a nice
Hopefully you were able to visit your school and even sample the on-campus cafeteria food. If it was good, that's great. If not, be prepared to load up your room with dorm snacks. Despite having bought plenty of meal passes to your school's grub station, you'll quickly find that eating becomes a sporadic, on-the-go activity. Stocking
You might find you study and concentrate best in your school's library, or some other building on campus. Perhaps you'll even become a school library regular- the student who seeks out the same chair at the same desk for each of their standard six hour study sessions. Even regular library dwellers, though, have to squeeze in some quick studying at their dorms: no time to walk to the library on test day for a 15 minute review. Here's where a prepared dorm room comes in handy. A convenient