We all have those little things we know we shouldn’t do, but can’t seem to give up or quit. Lucky for those of us who have adopted bad habits during our time in college, we’re certainly not alone. Check out some of the most common unhealthy habits you could develop as a collegiette, along with HC’s tips on how to break them!
Bad habits carrying over from this past school year? Here’s five ways to get rid of them this summer!
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“I’ve learned one thing and that’s to quit worrying about stupid things. You have four years to be irresponsible here. Relax. Work is for people with jobs. You’ll never remember class time, but you’ll remember the time you wasted hanging out with your friends. So stay out late. Go out with your friends on a Tuesday when you have a paper due on Wednesday. Spend money you don’t have. Drink ‘til sunrise. The work never ends, but college does.”—
** I’m not telling you all to skip writing papers or anything. I’m simply encouraging everyone to make the most of their time in college both in and outside of the classroom. :)
about 2 weeks ago i was working on a history paper and it was around 2 am and i was hungry so i went to the pantry to get some food and i found a bag of tortilla chips but they were really big chips so i broke one in half and for some reason i thought the noise was hilarious so i kept breaking them in half and that is the story of how my parents found me on the floor of the pantry crying hysterically surrounded by tortilla chips at 2 am
So in my last text post, I explained what SecureOnCampus was. (For anyone who didn’t catch it, it is the sister site to TheGoodLifeOnCampus.) In additions to the safes we talked about in our last post, we have a ton of other college-friendly security items.
One of my personal favorites? The dorm trunks! Not only does it save a TON of space, but it keeps your things safe. You can keep them at the end of your bed or, with a few bed risers, even store it under your bed!
We have these in a variety of sizes and colors on our site, as well as a few with special edition patterns! If you’re looking for a secure way to save space and store your things on campus, I’d check these out!