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College Tips When You Regularly Commute
Commuting can be the least favorite thing of most college students. But that’s something you can’t avoid, most especially if you live several minutes away from your campus. And so with this post, we decided to share with you a few practical tips to make your commuting life even more bearable.
Always Leave Earlier
We absolutely understand if you want to sleep a little longer. But there’s a price to pay. You can never tell when the traffic is going to be bad. Or if the train will suddenly breaks down. And trust us. That can be extremely stressful, and it could ultimately ruin your entire day.
Make it a habit to leave your home early. If you want to rest, then you can do it in the campus. There are a lot of travel and neck pillows available right now. And we honestly think these are good investments. Plus, when you commute early, there are fewer people. It’s easier to move and will be less of a hassle
Make Friends With Students In The Campus
This is another practical tip if you live far from the campus. You see, there might be instances that you will get stuck in your school. It could be due to the weather or there are school events you have to attend to. It can be tiring, not to mention, unsafe to go home alone.
However, if you know someone who lives near your school, you can ask a favor if you can stay for the night. This is a last resort. It’s not necessary, but could be handy.
Have Supplies In Your Car
Now, if you are driving your own car on your way to school, make sure that you have extra supplies. We are talking about clothes, food, and even water. Some are even bringing blankets just in case they need to have an emergency sleepover.
Simply put, make your car an extension of your home.
Always Check Your School’s Announcements
It’s annoying when you are already on your way to school only to find out that the classes have been cancelled. This happened to us a lot of times. But there’s a simple solution for it.
Make it a habit to check your school’s announcement. With the advent of technology, we’re pretty sure they announce important things online.
Wear Comfortable Clothes
When you use the public transportation, we encourage you to wear your most comfortable clothes. If you can get a nice pair of shoes perfect for walking, that would be great. If you need to dress up for a presentation in class, then you can just bring it instead of wearing it on your way to school.
Having an extra shirt isn’t a bad idea as well. You can never tell if someone drinking coffee will spill some on your favorite white clothes. You just need to have a lot of contingencies.
Plan Your Outfit The Night Before
Speaking of clothes, we recommend that you plan what you are about to wear even the night before. This applies to both ‘fashionistas’ and people who love to wear basic items. Also, this is not limited to wardrobe. You must prepare all the things you need for your class.
The reason why we want you to prepare as early as you can is to have more time in the morning. When you rush, you tend to forget a number of things. It could be your phone, your reports, or your laptop. Just imagine the hassle if you will have to go back home.
Set Your Alarm In Its Most Annoying Setting
Here’s another trick that can wake you up earlier than the usual. Make sure that your alarm clock is set using the most annoying tone. That way, you will be compelled to wake up and turn it off.
And by the way, we suggest that you place your smartphone or alarm clock in an area where you will need to stand up. If it is just beside your bed, you can easily stop it. That defies the purpose of having an annoying alarm clock.
If your location is not too far, then maybe using a bike is not a bad idea. At least you are minimizing your carbon footprint. Plus, it’s also a good way to exercise. We all know that most college students lack physical activity, and that could affect your overall health.
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