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130 Super Fun Summer Bucket List Ideas – The Ultimate Guide

Do you want to make your summer amazing? Do you struggle to find ways to make it as memorable as possible? Check out these summer bucket list ideas for some inspiration! 

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Summer break is the time to let go and have fun!

Do you want to make your summer amazing, but struggle to find ways to make it as memorable as possible?

Check out these seriously awesome summer bucket list ideas for some inspiration!

1. Go camping in the backyard

Camping isn’t for everyone, but camping in your backyard is something everyone should try. Pitch a tent in your yard and have fun in the comfort of your own private space.

My family and I camp in our backyard at least once every summer just for a change of scenery… and if you don’t want to be outside anymore, you’re right at home!

2. Make homemade ice cream

Ice cream is easier to make than some people might think, making it a great summer bucket list item! You can make your own fun, creative flavors with ease.

Plus, there are a ton of ways to make it without needing a fancy ice cream machine.

3. Travel somewhere without any directions

Everyone likes to explore new places, but have you ever tried going to a new place without knowing where it is? Just drive without any directions, taking whatever turns you want.

Hopefully, you’ll find a new and exciting place!

4. Go to a sunflower field

Going to a sunflower field is a must-have idea on your summer bucket list. When you go to a sunflower field, it’s a great opportunity to enjoy nature in a unique way.

Not only is it the perfect photo-op, but some places will even let you pick a few to take home!

5. Have an outdoor movie marathon

Movie marathons are a fun summer bucket list idea, but outdoor movie marathons are even better. You can enjoy your favorite movie and snacks outside by a fire with friends and family in your own DIY theater.

Whether on a projector or an extra television, an outdoor movie marathon is a fun and inexpensive way to spend quality time with your loved ones.

6. Go on a hike

Exploring nature is always a sure way to have some summer fun. Going on a hike is a healthy way to have fun and relieve stress.

Enjoy nature with your friends, family, or even by yourself to stay relaxed and explore a new trail you’ve never been on before!

7. Start a garden

Gardening is a great pastime that comes with multiple benefits, which is why it should be on your summer bucket list. If you have the time and space, I suggest you take on gardening as a hobby.

Not only will you eventually have organic fruits and veggies, but it’s also an easy way to get in some extra physical activity.

8. Go berry picking

If you like fresh fruit and being outside, berry picking should be on your summer bucket list. This activity is fun for people of all ages and helps you experience something you probably haven’t before.

Summer is the ideal time for berry picking, therefore you’ll be having fun while also ensuring you’re taking home the best fruit.

9. Make a scrapbook

Scrapbooking is sometimes an underrated hobby, which is why you should take advantage of it this summer! This activity gives you a creative outlet to organize all of your best memories.

Bright colored paper, stickers and souvenirs from your favorite places can all be kept safe in the same book, ensuring every memory of your summer will not be forgotten.

10. Visit a butterfly sanctuary

Butterfly sanctuaries are beautiful places to visit during the summer. Not only will you have fun seeing these beautiful creatures, but it can also be an educational experience.

You can view different breeds, learn more about their life cycles and get closer to them than ever before.

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11. Do beach yoga

Yoga has countless health benefits, making it a great summer bucket list item. Yoga is a relaxing pastime in itself, but do it on the beach and your mind and body will reach total zen.

This activity will improve your balance, help with specific areas of pain and improve how you manage stress. And who knows? Maybe it’ll be an activity you stick with!

12. Take a picture every day for a month

We can often get so caught up in our own lives that we forget to enjoy the little things. Taking a picture everyday for a month is a great way to ensure this doesn’t happen.

Some people take too many pictures, while others don’t take enough. If you fall into the second group, you should take the time to document your best moments.

13. Go white water rafting

White water rafting has a dangerous reputation, but when done with the right equipment with a reputable business, it can be a thrilling experience!

White water rafting involves floating a river on a raft in rougher waters. You might get pushed around a little bit, but speaking from experience, it’s an exciting ride.

14. Have a beach barbecue

If you love the beach as much as I do, you’ll try to spend as much of your summer there as possible.

Beach barbecues are a great way to ensure you catch those rays while also spending quality time with your friends and family. You can enjoy some of your favorite foods in a relaxing place!

15. Have a karaoke night

Whether it’s at a public place or in your backyard, karaoke is an experience everyone needs on their summer bucket list. It’s a fun way to let loose and enjoy your favorite songs while adding your own twist to them.

Whether you sound good or bad, everyone there will have fun and share some laughs.

16. Visit a state park

State parks are beautiful places that people don’t take advantage of as often as they should. Not only can you enjoy beautiful scenery, but you can also experience multiple activities in the same place.

You can go hiking on multiple trails, go bike riding, try rock climbing and so much more! It’s a great way to try new things and explore where you live in a new way.

17. Have a water balloon fight

There’s nothing like being our age enjoying the things we loved doing as kids.

Before we need to fully step into the real world, we should enjoy all of the things we love, and having an old-fashioned water balloon fight is one of those things.

It seems silly, I know, but when is the last time you fully let loose and threw water balloons at your friends?

18. Go kayaking

Kayaking is a summer bucket list idea that makes it on my personal agenda every year. It’s a fun way to get active without straining yourself too hard.

It’s a fun and easy activity that anyone can take part in.

19. Get matching tattoos with a friend

If you’re feeling extra adventurous this summer, get a matching tattoo with one of your best friends. It can be an inside joke, a favorite quote, or something meaningful to just the two of you.

This summer bucket list idea is a great activity for people who like to be spontaneous and try new things.

20. Go to a drive-in movie

Drive-in movies were more popular in the past, but have been making a comeback within these last few years. After experiencing it for myself, I absolutely recommend it to anyone.

Not only is it a different movie experience, but you get to enjoy your program within the comfort of your own car.

Unlike a theater, you don’t have to worry as much about being too loud or bothering other people.

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21. Change your hairstyle

Changing up your look every once in a while can be fun and exciting, and there’s no better time to do it than during summer.

Whether it’s a cut or a dye, there are endless possibilities for your hair to look great in a new way.

If you are adventurous and like to change things up, I suggest this as an easy way to try something new on your summer bucket list.

22. DIY/Paint your own shoes

Lately, trends like hydro dipping and painting your shoes have become more and more popular online.

People have become creative with the trends, adding their own unique touches to their shoes to let their styles shine through.

Customizing your shoes is an easy and inexpensive way to spice up your closet.

23. Go paddle boarding

Paddle boarding is a fun activity that is harder than it looks. When you first start, standing up on a paddle board is not easy, especially when the waves are working against you and your balance.

However, it is a fun way to challenge yourself and learn a new skill.

24. Pull an all-nighter

As we get older and have more responsibilities, bedtimes seem to unintentionally get earlier and earlier.

Therefore, I suggest challenging yourself to pull an all-nighter with your friends.

Although you do need to get sleep, this can still be a fun way to spend quality time together without stopping.

25. Go thrift shopping

Thrift shopping is a fun experience that everyone should try. People tend to underestimate thrift shopping, but someone’s trash can be somebody else’s treasure.

You can find vintage clothing, furniture, records and so much more at such a small cost. I highly suggest taking advantage of the opportunity to search for antiques.

26. Try cooking a new meal

Cooking is always a great skill to have, and learning a new recipe can be a fun and relaxing pastime. Even if you don’t enjoy cooking, it can still be a fun experience that will lead to a delicious ending.

Plus, knowing that you did it all by yourself will be such a rewarding feeling.

27. Read a new book

Reading a new book is a simple summer bucket list idea, but it’s one that everyone should take advantage of. As our lives get busier, finding time to relax with a good book is scarce.

So for the summer, set a goal of finishing at least one book.

28. Go geocaching

Geocaching is definitely something that should be on your summer bucket list. It’s basically like a country-wide treasure hunt, where you go to specific locations marked by coordinates in GPS to find hidden treasures.

Once you find it, you do need to return it to its original location, but it is still a fun way to get out of the house and try something new.

29. Do a scavenger hunt with your friends

If you want to keep it local though, creating a scavenger hunt with friends is just as exciting. You can search for any funny, wild, weird things you can think of.

It’s a fun way to get up and moving, and maybe even find new things you didn’t know were in your town.

30. Visit a local waterfall

Visiting a local waterfall is another fun way to explore nature and experience something new. Not many people actively see or search for waterfalls, making it a unique and exciting adventure.

Waterfalls not only look gorgeous, but they are perfect for taking pictures and cooling off after a long hike there.

31. Go an entire day without using electronics

This task is not as easy as it looks, making it the perfect challenge to put on your summer bucket list. It’s easy to get sucked into the world of technology when it’s readily available for us at all times.

Instead, take some time to unplug and enjoy everything around you.

32. Play manhunt

Manhunt is a fun game that everyone should play with their friends at some point in their lives. It’s like hide n’ seek and tag combined… but all in the dark.

I used to play this game with my friends and all of our siblings, and it is definitely something I would do again for some extra fun.

33. Make a time capsule

Making and burying a time capsule is a summer bucket list item that is unique and can also be really sentimental. Gather some of your favorite items to save for your future self.

Then, after a few years, you can reminisce on messages and items you left yourself from the past.

34. Tie-dye clothes with friends

Tie dying is something everyone is familiar with, but it continues to get more and more popular with time. It is an easy way to be creative with your clothing, and ensures no one will have anything that looks like it.

It’s an inexpensive activity that is fun for people of all ages.

35. Go to a sporting event

Even if you’re not a big fan of sports, going to a professional sporting event in-person is an exciting experience. The food, the music and the cheering all make for a memorable time.

I recommend this activity because it’s not something people do all of the time, making it even more special.

36. Play with puppies

Lately, there have been more and more places that allow you to spend time with puppies. This is a great summer bucket list idea for anyone who loves animals and needs a way to destress.

Being around animals can help you cope with stress and add some extra cuteness into your life.

37. Make your own soap

Making your own soap is another super fun activity that you should add to your summer bucket list. Although the process may not be very easy for an inexperienced person, the end result will be worth it.

Not only will you be able to make any kind of soap you desire, but there is an added benefit of knowing exactly what is in your product, as opposed to worrying about harmful chemicals in store-bought soap.

38. Volunteer somewhere

It’s always a good idea to give back in some way. Whether big or small, doing something selfless needs to be normalized more than it currently is.

There are countless places to volunteer, and these places are always looking for more people to help out.

You can take pride in the fact that you are working hard, and your hard work is highly appreciated by someone who really needs it.

39. Rent a water slide with friends

These can sometimes be pricey, but split the cost amongst some friends and you will have an unforgettable experience.

Not many people can say they’ve personally had a water slide at their house, but you and your friends can change that by adding this to your summer bucket list.

A water slide is a fun and unique way to cool off on a hot summer day.

40. Take a pottery class

Pottery is a fun and useful skill to take the time to learn. It allows you to be creative in what you make to ensure that every piece is unique.

It’s not an easy thing to do at first try, trust me, but after you get the swing of things it is such an enjoyable and exciting hobby to pick up.

41. Go fishing

Fishing can be a relaxing pastime to enjoy in the summer. It’s quiet, peaceful and fairly easy to do.

You can enjoy time on the water with your friends and family, or spend some time alone with nature.

42. Create your own version of a board game

Board games are always a fun way to spend quality time with friends and family, but try adding your own twist to them! You can create your own places with your own rules, and see where it takes you.

Whether you base it off of an already existing game or start from scratch, a homemade board game is an awesome summer bucket list item.

43. Have a cornhole tournament

Corrnhole is a popular game to play with friends and family in the summer. But instead of playing game after game, make it a tournament!

You and your friends can have fun getting competitive over a backyard game, and can set the stakes high fighting for a prize.

44. Learn a new language

Learning a new language is not something that will be quick and easy, but it will definitely be beneficial for the future. It’s always helpful to know more than one language, and can even benefit other skill sets in your life.

Plus, you will be spending your free time doing something useful.

45. Go on a ghost/haunted locations tour

If you have an interest in anything haunted or paranormal, you should go on a haunted tour with your friends. If you look up haunted places where you live, there are sure to be search results.

Now, don’t go anywhere unsafe, but if you are into ghosts this could be a fun experience for you and your friends.

46. Redecorate your room

A fun way to spend your time in the summer is to change a room in your house! After a while the same set up can feel kind of bland, so switch it up to change the vibe of your room!

Plus, changing your room around doesn’t need to mean buying all new furniture… it can be as simple and inexpensive as rearranging the furniture you already have.

47. Build a fort

Building a fort sounds a little kiddish at first, but hear me out. A fort doesn’t just have to be built with couch cushions or blankets. You and your friends can create a cute, aesthetic hangout indoors or outdoors.

And although it will look more grown up, you can still have the same fun as when you were a kid.

48. Go snorkeling

If you have the opportunity, snorkeling should make it on your summer bucket list. It is a fun and easy way to explore the sea, without the fear of diving too deep.

You can see everything right from the surface of the water and you don’t need to be trained like you would to scuba dive.

49. Go to a yard sale

Going to a yard sale is a great idea to add to your summer bucket list. This is another way to get some great finds for a small price.

If you’re on the lookout for new furniture, household appliances, books, etc. then you should definitely spend some time at a yard sale this summer.

50. Make snow cones

Homemade snow cones are a must-have for any summer bucket list. Not only are they the perfect sweet treat to help you cool off, but they’re also super easy to make.

Just shave some ice, add some of your favorite flavored syrup and you’ll cool right off!

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51. Have a photoshoot

Dedicate a day with your friends to have a photoshoot during your summer. You can either take pictures of each other or hire a photographer to get more professional shots.

But, either way, a photoshoot is a simple way to have fun, be creative and be outside with your friends.

52. Try pour painting

Pour painting is a great summer bucket list item for the people who like to DIY their home decor.

This technique creates a beautiful marbled look, all with the ease of pouring paint out of a cup and letting it spread naturally.

It’s easy, inexpensive and will make your home look stylish.

53. Learn to play a new instrument

Learning to play a new instrument is a great hobby to pick up in your free time. Not only will you learn a creative new skill, you will also learn another way to relieve stress and anxiety.

Playing an instrument has been proven to have many positive effects on your health, therefore you should give it a shot!

54. Make a funnel cake

Funnel cake is a well-known favorite at any fair or carnival. But did you know you can easily make it at home? There are many recipes to choose from, but the easiest ones consist of simply frying pancake batter in hot oil.

It’s a simple recipe that will have a delicious result.

55. Have an at-home spa day

The stress of everyday life is not always easy to deal with, and we could all use a break every once in a while. But, a relaxing day doesn’t have to be an expensive one.

Have an at-home spa day and pamper yourself for all the hard work you do.

56. Make homemade pizza

Making homemade pizza is a great summer bucket list idea. Pizza is fairly easy to make, giving you a delicious dinner with minimal effort.

Plus, it still allows you to be creative and add any toppings you want.

57. Go stargazing

When you’re constantly busy with life, it’s hard to make time for enjoying the little things. So, put stargazing on your summer bucket list.

This is a great way to lay back, relax and enjoy nature.

58. Run a marathon

If you’ve vowed to get more physical activity this summer, put running a marathon on your bucket list. Running isn’t for everyone and marathons are not easy, but if you like a challenge you should try it!

When you complete it, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you achieved an amazing accomplishment.

59. Go skydiving

Skydiving is something that should make it onto everyone’s summer bucket lists, and it frequently does. Although I’ve yet to go, skydiving gives you an amazing opportunity to see your community in a different way.

And after making it all the way up in the sky, you get to take an unconventional trip back to land.

It’s the perfect activity for someone who’s bold and likes to take risks.

60. Go to a carnival

In the summer, you’re bound to find a carnival somewhere. Carnivals are a great way to spend time with family and friends.

Between all of the fun rides and the fried food, there’s no doubt you will have a good time.

61. Take self-defense classes

This is an important summer bucket list item because it has a dual purpose. Yes, it is fun to learn how to throw a punch and protect yourself, but it is also necessary.

It’s never a bad idea to learn ways to be safe, and taking self-defense classes is a great way to ensure you will always be prepared.

62. Make friendship bracelets with your besties

Making friendship bracelets may seem old-fashioned to some, but I think it is still a great way to pass time in the summer.

Your bracelets don’t even have to match if you don’t want them to, but it will still be a fun and easy activity to do with your friends. It is something that is creative and simple to do.

63. Have a cook off with your friends

Having a cook off is a great summer bucket list activity. You and your friends can try doing your own version of the TV show “Chopped,” where you take three random ingredients and try to turn them into something gourmet.

It’s a great way to be creative and see who the real chef of the friend group is.

64. Try DIY-ing your clothes

After a while, I feel like people tend to get bored of their clothes. But instead of throwing them out and spending money on new ones, try to see if you can DIY a new garment by yourself!

Whether you simply cut off the sleeves of a shirt or completely transform a pair of pants, you’ll still have a new article of clothing that looks fun, fresh and made by you.

65. Make your own donuts

Trying to make any kind of food is a great way to add to your summer bucket list. But, donuts are something everyone should try to make at home.

They are fairly easy to make, taste delicious and allow you to be creative with flavors and toppings.

66. Say yes to everything for a full day

We can all get caught up in saying “no” to things we’re uncomfortable with or hesitant about doing. Instead, try taking a day to be a little more adventurous and say “yes” to the things you normally wouldn’t.

Of course, don’t say yes to anything unsafe, but if you can take advantage of trying something you wouldn’t have before, then do it!

67. Go paintballing

Going paintballing seems like such an exhilarating experience that everyone should try at least once. You get suited up in gear to protect yourself, so you don’t have to worry about getting hit too hard.

Plus, there are many different kinds of paintball games that you can choose from.

68. Get a psychic reading

Getting a psychic reading is something that I’ve always wanted to cross off my summer bucket list, and here’s why. To start, I do believe in that stuff, but even if you’re skeptical it can be a fun experience.

There are some that are not very expensive, and it can be reassuring to get some extra guidance.

69. Have breakfast for dinner

Breakfast for dinner is such a fun change that is often underrated. It’s nice to change up your dinner routine every once in a while, and there’s no better way to do it than breakfast for dinner.

You can have all of your favorite breakfast foods without paying attention to the time of the day.

70. Go on a picnic

Going on a real picnic is a great summer bucket list item. Picnics are a fun and relaxing way to get outside and enjoy nature.

You can go to your favorite park or find somewhere new to eat your food, but it will be a great experience either way.

71. Try a Tik Tok trend

It’s no secret Tik Tok trends are popular among people our age, so why not try one out? Whether it’s pulling a prank or learning a new dance, some of them can be really fun! And who knows?

You might even go viral.

72. Learn to juggle

Juggling is a hard skill to master right away. But, if you want to try, you should add it to your bucket list!

You need to have good hand-eye coordination, reflexes and concentration, but those are all thighs that can be improved with time.

73. Go to a rage room

A rage room is a great way to spend a summer day when you need to blow off some steam. In these rooms, you can destroy whatever you want with whatever you want.

And even if you’re not mad about something, it’s still fun to destroy stuff without getting in trouble.

74. Have a bonfire on the beach

A bonfire at the beach may seem like a simple bucket list item, but it’s still a great way to spend time with friends and family. Bonfires are great for chilly summer nights.

You and your friends can sit around the fire staying warm, telling stories and making s’mores.

75. Make a video diary

If you want a better way to document your best summer moments, try making a video diary!

It doesn’t need to be fancy to be special, so film your best moments on your phone camera and compile them into one big video at the end of the summer!

Then, you will always have a perfect compilation of your best memories of the summer.

76. Have an at-home Olympics

If you want to add something fun and creative to your summer bucket list, you should host an at-home Olympics with your friends and family.

You can do any of your favorite backyard games as the Olympic events. When you’re finished, you can even host a medal ceremony for the winners!

77. Have a bake off

Having a bake off is another great way to test your skills and have some fun. You and your friends can see who is more talented in the art of baking sweets, and the winner could get a prize.

You can add points for creativity, display and taste, and whoever acquires the most points wins!

78. Roast hot dogs over a fire

Roasting hot dogs over a fire is a great idea to add to your summer bucket list. It’s an easy thing to make since hot dogs are technically already cooked.

But, you can add biscuit dough around it and you will end up with the perfect treat!

79. Treasure hunt with a metal detector

This is a bucket list item I have always wanted to try. You can get a cheap metal detector online, go to the beach and search for some treasure.

People end up finding great things buried in the sand, and I think you should give it a try.

80. Have a potato sack race

This is a simple activity that will still bring you so much joy to do with friends and family. It’s a fun way to get outside and get some extra physical activity, all while having some friendly competition at the same time.

81. Go wine tasting at a vineyard

Going wine tasting at a vineyard is a great way to experience a common activity. It’s an elegant environment with so many options to choose from.

It makes for a great day trip with your friends, and you might even find a new favorite wine!

82. Fly in a hot air balloon

This is a great summer bucket list item because of the fact that it’s so unique. Hot air balloons are a new and exciting way to fly.

They make for what seems to be a calming, easy ride with a great view.

83. Take a nap in a hammock

Sometimes the best things in life are the simplest things. Taking a nap in a hammock is one of those things.

It can be hard to find the time to relax as we get older, so pick a day to relax, and take a nap in a hammock.

84. Try jet skiing

Jet skiing is a thrilling activity to do during the summer. Not only is it something most people don’t get to do every day, but it’s a unique way to spend time in the water.

Jet skis are fast, fun and exciting to try.

85. Sleep in a log cabin

Sleeping in a log cabin is a fun and exciting way to experience nature. Think of it as a more luxurious way to camp, giving you a sturdy shelter with plumbing.

Log cabins look cute and are pleasant to stay in.

86. Wake up to watch the sunrise

Waking up early to watch the sunrise is not an easy task for some people. But, if you can, I suggest you try. Watching the sunrise on a beach or at a park is an amazing experience.

The sky is filled with the perfect mix of orange, pink and purple hues, and it makes for a great photo op.

87. Build a birdhouse

Bird watching from your backyard is a great pastime to enjoy during the summer, and a great way to do it is a birdhouse. But, instead of spending the money to buy one, challenge yourself to make one.

This way, you will pick up two hobbies in one and can make exactly what you want.

88. Go on a coffee shop tour

I’m sure your town is full of small, quaint coffee shops you don’t even know about. Instead of leaving them unknown, make a list of them and go on a coffee shop tour.

You might even find a new favorite drink or a new place to sit and do work.

89. Go to an aquarium

Going to an aquarium is a great way to have some summer fun with friends and family. You can experience seeing some beautiful sea life while also learning a thing or two!

It’s a great way to gain a new appreciation for nature.

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90. Go cliff jumping

Cliff jumping is a summer bucket list item that is extremely fun! It seems scary at first, but it’s an exhilarating experience.

All you have to do is make sure you are safe, know the waters you’re jumping into, and go with a group of friends just to be safe!

You can even go to professional places to ensure maximum safety.

91. Make a homemade face mask

Keeping up with a good skincare routine is important. Not only are you benefiting the way your skin looks, but also the way it feels. So, why not try making a homemade face mask?

If done correctly with the right ingredients, it can have multiple skin benefits. Plus, when you make it yourself it’s guaranteed that there aren’t any harmful chemicals.

92. Go to a food festival

Going to a food festival is a great summer bucket list idea for any foodies reading. It’s the perfect place to indulge in your favorite treats, and maybe even try some that you haven’t had before.

Food festivals are great for being adventurous with your taste and giving you a sense of your community.

93. Go to a zoo

Zoos can be super fun to visit with family and friends. If you love animals, and love learning more about them, you should put this on your summer bucket list.

It’s a great way to explore nature and learn more about how to keep these animals safe.

94. Rent a boat with friends

This summer bucket list item may be a little pricey, but it is definitely worth it. You and your friends can rent a boat and cruise on the water for the entire day.

Not only will you have the boat to yourselves, you will also be able to relax in a unique and fun way.

95. Go on a day trip

Sometimes friends and family don’t have enough time or money to go on a full vacation. So instead, take a day trip somewhere new.

Vacations don’t need to be long, extravagant experiences, and day trips can be just as fun as a week long getaway.

96. Go to a farmers market

Farmers’ markets are a great place to get the freshest fruits and vegetables. Not only are you supporting your local farmers when you go, but you are also ensuring that your fruits and veggies are not being genetically modified in any way.

It will give you peace of mind that your food is completely organic and will help support someone else.

97. Try cryotherapy

Cryotherapy uses low temperatures to help your body with any inflammation or pain it may have. Although the chamber can get painfully cold for some, it is said to have great effects afterwards.

It’s a unique therapy that has great benefits that you should take advantage of if you can.

98. Take a glassblowing class

Glass blowing is an amazing talent to perfect, and some places will let you try it on your own! You can create whatever design you want with molten glass, which can be very dangerous but the end result is worth it.

You get to go home with a product completely made by you!

99. Have a garage sale

Having a garage sale is a great summer bucket list activity if you have too much stuff you don’t know what to do with. Put low prices on your unwanted belongings and people will flock to purchase them.

It’s a great way to get rid of what you don’t need, give back to others and earn a little extra cash.

100. Learn calligraphy

Calligraphy is an interesting and useful skill to master, and what better time to do that than in the summer? Hand lettering has become more and more popular for home decor and other style aesthetics.

You’ll be learning a great skill that you could even make some money off of… people will pay for anything homemade!

101. Learn to crochet

Crochet is another skill that could come in handy. Once you get the hang of it, it’s super easy to do and goes pretty fast depending on what you’re making! You can make blankets, sweaters, scarves and hats easily and for a cheap price!

102. Take a spin class

Spin classes have become more popular in the gym community in recent years. And although I’ve yet to take one, I can understand why. Spin classes are fast-paced fitness classes done on a stationary exercise bike.

However, although fast-paced, they have a great reputation for being motivational and worth the money.

103. Start a unique collection

If you like to explore and find new things, starting a unique collection of something should be on your summer bucket list.

Whether it’s rocks, shoes, or antique ring boxes, starting a collection will give you something fun to do this summer. It will give you the perfect excuse to get out of the house and go exploring.

104. Make your own candles

Candles are all the hype lately, and if you’re someone that enjoys burning them then you should try making your own! Making your own candles is not only fun but it’s also super easy to do.

All you need is a wick, melted wax and a fragrance of your choice. The benefit of making your own candles is that you can be creative in how it smells and how it looks.

105. Foster a dog

If you need a cute companion in your life and feel like you can properly care for an animal, you should try fostering a dog.

Fostering is a great idea for someone who wants to help an animal in need, but can only care for them temporarily. It’s a great way to help dogs who are in need until they get adopted by new owners.

Plus, you can always adopt them afterward if you create a special bond!

106. DIY decor for your bedroom

Buying new decor for any room can be expensive, so why not try making it yourself? If you feel like you need to spice up your room, you can make your own decorations easily.

Whether you make a table from scratch or simply repaint something you already own, DIY decor is always a great idea for someone who needs change, but on a budget.

107. Go on a shopping spree with no spending limit

This summer you should take the time to treat yourself, and there’s no better way to do that than going on a shopping spree with no spending limit.

If you work hard and save your money, there’s nothing wrong with splurging every once in a while. So, take yourself on a shopping spree without worrying about spending too much!

108. Go to an old bookstore

Going to an old bookstore should definitely be on your summer bucket list this year. If you’re a true bookworm who’s always on the lookout for a new read, then this is the bucket list item for you.

Not only can you explore a new place, but you can find some old books that you probably would’ve never found before.

109. Go to an axe throwing facility

Axe throwing has been more popular lately, and I think it is something that you should definitely try.

It can be dangerous, but when you go to a real facility they will teach you how to properly throw them to ensure there will be no harm to yourself or anyone around you.

It’s a new hobby to try that could potentially be very fun.

110. Learn to skateboard

Skateboarding is another hobby that can be difficult to learn, but once you get the hang of it, it can be really fun!

It’s a great way to get some exercise, and it gives you a new and exciting way to travel to your nearby destinations.

Plus, skateboards can be relatively cheap, so you can pick up a new hobby without needing to spend all of your money.

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111. Throw a theme party

Throwing a theme party is a great summer bucket list item for those who like to have a little extra fun.

You and your friends can enjoy each other’s company while dressed in funny costumes, and you can base all of the food, decorations, and music on that theme.

It’s a creative way to get together and it doesn’t need to be extravagant to be fun. Plus, with Covid, it may be a better idea to keep it relatively small, making for a more intimate time with your friends.

112. Make sangria

If you’re of drinking age, you should try making your own sangria. Sangria is essentially wine with fruit, but it is both delicious and easy to make.

Although recipes vary, the main ingredients usually consist of red wine, sugar and fruit. It is the perfect drink to have for a relaxing summer day with your friends.

113. Start a blog

If you have a passion for writing and want to do something with it, starting a blog is a great summer bucket list item for you. Blogs are great because they allow for maximum creativity.

You can really let your voice shine through, and you can write about anything you want! Whether it is informative or just for fun, it will give you a way to express yourself and your passion.

114. Have a water gun fight

A water gun fight is a fun way to let your inner child shine through. You and your friends can enjoy your time together without worrying about any responsibilities, and let yourself stay innocent.

Plus, it’s a great way to cool off!

115. Have a food fight

Food fights are always made to look so fun on television and in movies. But is it all it’s hyped up to be?

If you’ve been intrigued by the idea of a food fight and want to see if it’s really as fun as it seems, then it should be on your summer bucket list.

Go outside, grab some leftovers (because we don’t want to waste good food) and let loose!

116. Send a message in a bottle

This is an adventurous bucket list item that could have a rewarding result. Write down any inspirational or meaningful message, put it in a bottle and let it float away.

Depending on what you leave, it could help put a smile on someone’s face. Plus, it always looked fun to do in the movies.

117. Make your own song

If you want to challenge yourself this summer, try making your own song. It doesn’t need to be perfect, but it could be a fun experience to try. Some computers come with basic music software, so try it out!

Or, if you play an instrument, try composing your own piece! It will give you something to do and help challenge yourself to new experiences.

118. Successfully finish a newspaper crossword puzzle

If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re not only missing out on current events but you’re also missing out on fun word games.

But for those of you who do occasionally like to read the newspaper, you know those crossword puzzles can be challenging.

So, if you want to challenge yourself, make it a goal to successfully complete a crossword puzzle in the newspaper without cheating.

119. Go to a concert

Due to Covid, it’s been a while since we’ve been able to experience something like a concert. This summer, if you feel it is safe to do so, go to a concert with your friends!

They are a fun excuse to get out of the house, dress up and listen to your favorite music live. It’s a different and enjoyable experience for everyone.

120. Throw someone a surprise party

If you know someone who has a special event going on this summer, you should throw them a surprise party. This gives you something fun to plan and look forward to, and will be so rewarding to give back to someone else.

The person will be so grateful you thought of them and it will be a great way to get all of your friends and family together.

121. Learn to use chopsticks

This is on my summer bucket list this year, and it should be on yours too. If you’re anything like me, you’ve had a love-hate relationship with trying to use chopsticks… you’ve wanted to learn so badly, but fail miserably every time.

So, take the time this summer to perfect this skill!

122. Learn archery

Archery is an interesting and super fun hobby to pick up during your free time. It’s great for helping to improve your focus and gets you up and moving.

Although it takes time to perfect, like any new hobby, it is definitely worth the time.

123. Go horseback riding

If you enjoy being in nature, try putting horseback riding on your summer bucket list. Many places will take you on a beautiful trail, where you can enjoy your surroundings and take a peaceful ride.

It’s a great new activity that is relaxing and enjoyable for everyone.

124. Make fudge

If you like to bake but don’t want to do something super challenging, you should try making fudge! Fudge is a delicious dessert that is super easy to make.

All you really need is sugar, butter, milk and the flavor of your choice! It’s simple, delicious and can be enjoyed by everyone.

125. Enter a hot dog eating contest

I feel like we’ve all seen hot dog eating contests on television and have thought that they seemed fun. Well, why not try it out this summer?

You and your friends can challenge each other to eating as many hot dogs as you can in a short amount of time.

This challenge is sure to make you and your friends smile, and even better, it tastes delicious.

126. Try to break a world record

There are world records for many interesting, unique things. Some records are for the longest fingernails, others are for how long someone can hold their breath.

This summer, try to see if you can beat one of them! If you go to the Guinness World Records website, it will give you all of the information you need to find existing records, how to break a record and how to apply.

127. Make your own lipstick at BITE Beauty

If you live in the New York area, or have the opportunity to visit this summer, go to the BITE Beauty lip lab in the city. If you like makeup, this could be a great experience for you.

At the lab, you have the opportunity to make whatever lipstick shade you want. Consultants will aid you in finding the perfect shade and finish for your custom lipstick.

128. Make your own nail polish at Orly

Similar to the lip lab, Orly will make your own custom nail polish. If you have the chance to go to Los Angeles this summer, put this item on your bucket list.

At this location, they will ask you a series of questions to get an idea of the kind of shade you want. Then, a mixologist will personally mix your color for you so you can ensure it’s what you want.

You even get to name your shade!

129. Swim with dolphins

Swimming with dolphins is the perfect idea for your summer bucket list. Dolphins are playful, lovable creatures, so why not try interacting with them?

However, you should make sure you go to a professional place to ensure your safety.

130. Go bungee jumping

Bungee jumping is an exciting activity to put on your summer bucket list. You will be attached to a long, elastic cord that will suspend you from an insanely high height!

However, it can be dangerous if not done correctly. So, if you want to try it, make sure you go to a professional place with people who know what they’re doing.

I hope this list was helpful!

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Most Awesome Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend

Looking for the best name to call your best friend? We got you. We have compiled a list of the best 250+ nicknames perfect for all personalities.

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Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend

Nicknames are more than just a fun name to call your friend or loved one. They tell a mini story about that person, the connection you have with them and how much they mean to you. They, in a way, signify your bond to that person. 

I don’t know about you, but I don’t give out nicknames easily. They have to be perfectly cultivated to encapsulate every beautiful, or not so beautiful, thing about the person who is given the name.

It can’t be super boring, basic, or plain (unless of course, that person is boring, but you love them for it anyway). A nickname has to be perfect; no if’s, and’s, or but’s about it, the name has to be absolutely perfect.

Now, after hearing my spiel about how important nicknames are, I am sure you are thinking about the fact that your girl best friend doesn’t have one.

I bet the panic is staring to set in now, “Why doesn’t my girl best friend have a nickname???” and “Why is my nickname for my girl best friend so bad?? How can I make it better?” Take a deep breath and worry no more.

Below are the best nicknames for your girl best friend and they aren’t super plain or basic. If you’re looking for names like those, then this isn’t the article for you because plain nicknames are pretty easy to come up with.

But hey, if that’s the perfect fit for your girl best friend by all means, use that nickname. 

Continuing on, below I have taken the nickname game to the next level by organizing all the nicknames into categories.

Simply look through the category that suites your relationship and choose from 50 names, or better yet, use my examples to come up with the perfect custom nickname for your girl best friend.

No matter what name you end up choosing or creating, she will love it!

Before you begin, remember, the nickname process can be a long one and it deserves the time. The perfect nickname can be tricky to find, however, you will know when you’ve found the perfect name because it will fit effortlessly.

Also, if it is the perfect nickname, it may stick with your girl best friend for the rest of her life. So, again, make sure it’s the right name for her! Enjoy the nickname process!





Smart Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Smart Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Below are some cute smart nicknames to call your girl best friend who always seems to have the answers to everything.

Now, this could be in life, school, or simply random facts; this girl knows it all and more importantly, this girl deserves the perfect nickname.

Consider the options below!

  1. Smarty
  2. Big Brains
  3. Brainy
  4. Brainiac
  5. Worm
  6. Reader
  7. Genius
  8. Owl
  9. Nerd
  10. Nerdy
  11. Young Sheldon
  12. Einstein
  13. Booker
  14. Course Hero
  15. Grade Saver
  16. Apple
  17. Hacker
  18. Lib
  19. Wordy
  20. Brains
  21. Daze
  22. Solver
  23. Professor
  24. Wordle
  25. The President
  26. The Secretary
  27. The Brains
  28. Skater
  29. McSmart
  30. Google
  31. The Saver
  32. Nobel
  33. The Main
  34. Tutor
  35. The Teacher
  36. Nodder
  37. The Knower
  38. OZ
  39. Overlord
  40. Brilliant
  41. Light
  42. Beamer
  43. Shooting Star
  44. Champ
  45. Egghead
  46. Goggles
  47. Ivy
  48. Lemon
  49. Magic Lady
  50. Ray


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Funny Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Funny Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Funny, original nicknames are hard to come by these days. It seems as though every good nickname is attributed to someone you already know; therefore, you can’t use it.

If you find this happening to you, consider the list below. This list contains some funny nicknames you may or may not have heard of before.

If you have, consider them as a steppingstone to help you find or create the perfect funny nickname.

  1. Goose
  2. Goon
  3. Gooser
  4. Bug
  5. Nugget
  6. Dogo
  7. Kiwi
  8. Rat
  9. Moose
  10. Ducky
  11. Spoon
  12. Buba
  13. Bub
  14. Bab
  15. Thing
  16. Bear
  17. Sneak
  18. Slink
  19. Slinky
  20. Shifty
  21. Pal
  22. Bro
  23. Dude
  24. Buddy
  25. Sipper
  26. Teddy
  27. Funky
  28. Ding Dong
  29. Whopper
  30. Pots
  31. Frugal
  32. Wally
  33. Snail
  34. Light Weight
  35. Goof
  36. Bono
  37. Fudge
  38. Bosco
  39. Special __ (letter of their name, ex. Special K)
  40. The first letter of their name (ex. B)
  41. Goober
  42. Snacker
  43. Stinker
  44. Stinky
  45. Cheeto
  46. Stepper
  47. Anything based off of their last name
  48. Barn Dog
  49. Beak
  50. Pinky

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Sassy Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Sassy Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


We all have that one sassy best friend that deserves an equally sassy nickname. If you are struggling to find the perfectly balanced, or not so balanced, sassy nickname look at the list below.

This list has sassy, sassy sweet, feisty, and so many other sassy styles of nicknames for you to choose from.

Browse below and find the best sassy nickname for your girl best friend.

  1. Dumber
  2. Stupid
  3. Dummy
  4. Sass
  5. Spaz
  6. Weirdo
  7. Dung
  8. Doof
  9. Snap
  10. Pop
  11. Crackle
  12. The Weed
  13. Squirty
  14. Mother
  15. Bummer
  16. Bird
  17. Salty
  18. Grumpy
  19. Brit
  20. Snoozer
  21. Sleaze
  22. Squirt
  23. Tree
  24. Duck
  25. Pea Brain
  26. Loner
  27. Creeper
  28. Mom
  29. Parent
  30. Tooter
  31. Gingersnap
  32. Shortcake
  33. Bean Stalk
  34. Pipsqueak
  35. Hangry
  36. Cayenne
  37. Cheeseball
  38. Fuzz Ball
  39. Your Highness
  40. Nuts
  41. Kiddo
  42. Nosy
  43. Bossy
  44. Crow
  45. Diva
  46. Rebel
  47. Lazy
  48. Hun
  49. Rat
  50. Puff Bal

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Dirty Nicknames to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Dirty Nicknames to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Before you choose a nickname from the list below, make sure that your girl best friend is ok with the nickname.

If she gives you the greenlight, then browse below to find the perfect dirty nickname for her. But again, make sure to confirm that she is ok with one of the names below!

  1. Snack
  2. Hottie
  3. Sticky
  4. Looker
  5. Cutie
  6. Lover
  7. Hot Stuff
  8. Cold Stuff
  9. Shifter
  10. Sleeper
  11. Her last name (ex. Brown) (Keep it as is or change it up, ex. Brownie)
  12. Singer
  13. Snicker
  14. Sweet
  15. Twister
  16. Dynamite
  17. Banger
  18. Shadow
  19. Edible
  20. Goddess
  21. Doll
  22. Candy
  23. Sugar
  24. Smooches
  25. Sunshine
  26. Bubbles
  27. Bunny
  28. Bun Bun
  29. Tiger
  30. Sassy
  31. Missy
  32. Baby Girl
  33. Firecracker
  34. Goldy
  35. Amor
  36. Brandy
  37. My Girl
  38. Ace
  39. Fireball
  40. Kisses
  41. Sparky
  42. Caramel
  43. Spice
  44. Martini
  45. Snappie
  46. Buttercup
  47. Sexy Pants
  48. Sweet Cheeks
  49. Sugar Lips
  50. Angel

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Sweet Nicknames to Call Your Girl Best Friend



Dirty Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend


Finding a nickname for your sweet girl best friend is usually pretty easy. There are many cute names out there that you could call her.

However, listed below, are some of my all-time favorites. Use this list to pick the perfect nickname.

  1. Boo
  2. Love bug
  3. Lovie
  4. Lovely
  5. Lady
  6. Girl
  7. Girly
  8. Minnie
  9. Honey
  10. Love
  11. Poo Bear
  12. Sweety
  13. Sweetheart
  14. Beautiful
  15. Snuggle Bug
  16. Pea
  17. Beau
  18. Cuddle Bug
  19. Snuggly
  20. Hugsy
  21. Pookie Bear
  22. Quality
  23. Gorgeous
  24. Softy
  25. Smiles
  26. Baby Bear
  27. Mouse
  28. Puppy
  29. Bean
  30. Sugar Snap
  31. Beauty
  32. Goldfish
  33. Sky
  34. Bunches
  35. Pie
  36. Soul Mate
  37. Tootsie
  38. Boo Boo
  39. Lulu
  40. Gal
  41. Soul Sister
  42. Chickee
  43. Dreamer
  44. Muffin
  45. Lady Bug
  46. Buzzy
  47. Rosie
  48. Iris
  49. Fun Size
  50. Pal

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Final Thoughts on Names to Call Your Girl Best Friend

Friendships are some of the most important relationships we will ever have, therefore, making sure that your bestie has the perfect nickname is very important.

Some friendships are sweet, while others sassy and feisty, but no matter what type of relationship, a nickname should be fitting for both you and your friend (especially because you will be the one calling them said nickname, so you better like it too). 

Also, I want to say, using a nickname that is coined “basic” or “overused” doesn’t mean it’s bad. It is a way for you to connect with your friend and it will be meaningful to you and her.

Therefore, even if the nickname is “basic”, it will be more than meets the eye because it bonds the two of you. 

If you are struggling or, rather, were struggling to find the perfect nickname, I hope the list above was helpful in finding the perfect nickname or discovering an original one of your own!

No matter what you chose, your girl best friend will love it!




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How Can Literature Classes in College Help You in Life




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Much of the world’s historical cultures and traditions have been preserved in literary pieces that can be studied to learn about the older ways of life.

Most literary pieces contain encounters filled with various human experiences that help broaden one’s understanding of the world they live in. In a nutshell, studying literature courses can help you learn about various cultures and histories through commentaries, stories, and theories.

But, there’s more. Modern literature programs and classes are usually structured in ways that enable students to absorb a lot more.

This means that today’s literature programs can help students develop several transferable skills like essay writing, critical thinking, and more.

Thus, those students who study literature in college can learn several skills that can later be beneficial to employers. In this article, we will take a closer look at how literature classes in college can help you in life ahead.

But before we jump in, students reading this should also know that certain aspects of taking literature classes can be tough. For example, it is never easy to write great essays without a thorough knowledge of the process.

Thus, to perform better, students need all the help they can get.

Today, several digital platforms help students with their academic work. For example, students can use a top platform like Studyfy for their help write my essay or ‘edit my essay’ services.

Using such services enables students to boost their academic performance while also giving them insights into their essay work.

In no particular order, here are 8 ways literature classes in college can help you in life.

1) You Can Improve Your Communication Skills

One of the best ways of learning to communicate better is through reading more. While studying literature, students need to continually read through various types of text like prose or poetry.

They are also provided with various study notes and are also encouraged to create their own.

Literature classes can also be very interactive and engaging. Most literature programs include discussions, debates, seminars, and more.

Overall, students would be able to learn better communication through more reading, listening, evaluating, and writing.


2) You Will Be Motivated to Weave Your Life’s Story

The main essence of any work of literature is that one can always find a story in them. This is because most literary pieces are created to record various events experienced in one’s body, mind, and surroundings.

And these experienced events are usually recorded as stories. Thus, reading more literary works can help mold the idea of ‘story creation’ early on in students.

And attending literature classes in college helps students understand the know-how of how it can be done.


3) It Can Help Improve Your Evaluation Skills

Studying literature properly is not just about plain and simple reading. But it also has a lot to do with being able to discern what one reads. And learning the art of discernment can improve one’s overall evaluation skills.

Being able to discern and evaluate then goes to help students communicate and write a whole lot better.

And this skill – of reading, evaluating, and understanding – is of paramount importance in the professional world.




4) You Can Become More Articulate

Most literary works are written in different styles because they are written by different people. And the more one reads, the more they would understand the complexities behind different writing styles.

But studying literature in college has more benefits than this.


Throughout one’s literature program, they will be put through various tests to gauge and improve their literary abilities. And one of the main abilities one can work upon is being more articulate.

This means that a good literature student would always include all the details when making any type of argument or point.


5) You Can Become a Better Writer

Yes, the ability to write well depends a lot on one’s imagination and frame of mind. But, to become a great or even good writer, one also needs to do a bit of reading.

This is because, without reading previous works, one will not be able to know the required standards for great pieces of text. And without it, one will not be able to write such that it grips their readers.

In the professional world, writers are some of the most well-paid workers. This is because they can convert heaps of information into understandable and engaging texts.

And this can help a business connect with its audience a whole lot more.


6) You Can Improve Your Interactive & Social Skills

Literature courses and programs are some of the most interactive ones around. Why? Because it involves a lot of discussions, debates, storytelling sessions, and more.

In any literature class, one can always find various types of commentaries and speeches from professors and students alike.

Literature students have the unique opportunity of digging deeper into various subject areas. And the best part is that they can do so with all of their peers together.

Learning such interactive and engagement skills from one’s classroom can help them greatly in their future careers.

7) It Can Improve Your English Skills – Better Grammar, Punctuation, & More

English is not only the most spoken but is also considered a standard language across several international communities. Thus, to grow to greater heights, sooner or later, one needs to brush up on their English skills.

Most literature programs and classes around the world are conducted in English. When one takes up a program in English, they have the opportunity of learning the language usage from the masters.

Thus, learning literature early on in life can profoundly improve one’s overall English skills, which can be crucial for career progression.


8) It Can Teach You Critical Thinking & Broaden Your Horizons

To efficiently power through a literature class or program, one needs to be able to contribute adequately. But one’s contribution is often seen as beneficial when they are also able to communicate their knowledge neatly.

A study of literature can achieve this by making students find various patterns and meanings in texts. Literature from various periods of the world also contains much information about historical cultures and traditions.

It can give a lot of insight to students about how people during different times in history were, what they did, how they thought, and more. This broadens one’s horizons and makes one look at the world in an autobiographical way.


The Bottom Line

There is no doubt that studying literature in college has several benefits for one’s life. But that being said, literature programs can be difficult in terms of learning and scoring higher grades easily. 

Students should learn beforehand about all the intricacies and semantics of their desired programs. Doing so would help them know which particular literature program would be the most suitable for them. 


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What To Bring To College – The Ultimate 2022 College Packing List

Are you having trouble knowing what to bring to college? We’ve got you covered! Check out this essential list of what to bring to college.

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This post is all about the college packing list! 

Going away to college is the beginning of a brand new journey. You are leaving home behind for three or four months to live in a place that you have never been to before.

You now have to go to classes, move into your dorm room and receive a whole new set of responsibilities since you are off on your own. This is a big transition for any college student because you are going from having to abide by your parents’ rules to forming ones of your own.

Your parents will still check in with you and make sure you are okay, but now, in college, you are allowed to become independent and make your own decisions.

Now, it is your turn to have faith in yourself and make the right choices, starting with preparing what to pack away for college. You are going to be away from home for a whole semester, so you have to make sure that you have all of the things you need.

You need accessories to jazz up your dorm room. You need enough personal care products to last the entire semester. You have to make sure that all your school supplies are packed in your backpack and that you are up to date with the latest electronics.

If you are fortunate to have your own kitchen in your dorm, you must have all of the right tools with you so that you can learn to cook your meals on campus. Through this guide to packing what you have to bring to college, you will know exactly what you need and get you on the right track!



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College Packing List for your Dorm Room 


1. Desktop Powerstrip 

Desktop Power Strip with 3 Outlet 4 USB Ports 4.5A, Flat Plug and 5 ft Long Braided Extension Cords for Cruise Ship Travel Home Office, ETL Listed

You can charge your phone and earbuds while simultaneously powering your lamp and laptop with this useful powerstrip.

It has 3 outlets, 4 USB cords, and a long, braided extension cord that is sturdy and durable.

With this handy tool, there will be no more overcrowded outlets between you and your roommates!



2. Laundry Basket

DOKEHOM 82L Large Laundry Basket (6 Colors), Collapsible Laundry Bag, Foldable Laundry Hamper, Folding Washing Bin (Black, L)

Keep your dorm room neat and organized with this laundry basket made by DOKEHOM.

When unfolded from its collapsed state, this hamper is 28” tall and 15” wide with aluminum handles for easy transport to the washroom.

Additionally, if you are having friends in your dorm, this laundry basket can be promptly folded up and put into your closet for easy storage.



3. Essential Oil Diffuser 

InnoGear Essential Oil Diffuser, Upgraded Diffusers for Essential Oils Aromatherapy Diffuser Cool Mist Humidifier with 7 Colors Lights 2 Mist Mode Waterless Auto Off for Home Office Room, Basic White

Do you want a dorm room that always has a relaxing fragrance to it when you return after a long day of classes?

This diffuser has 8 soothing colors, 2 misting modes, and will run as long as it has water in it.

The essential oils are sold separately, but this diffuser will mark your first step into the amazing world of aromatherapy. 



4. All-Purpose First Aid Kit 

Band-Aid Johnson & Johnson All-Purpose Portable Compact First Aid Kit for Minor Cuts, Scrapes, Sprains & Burns, Ideal for Home, Car, Travel and Outdoor Emergencies, 140 Count

In your many college adventures, you always need to be prepared for any possible scenario and with this first aid kit by Johnson & Johnson, you can be one step ahead.

This kit comes with 140 pieces of emergency equipment including Band-Aids, Neosporin, hand wipes, gauzes, Benadryl itch cream, Tylenol tablets, and much, much more. 



5. Photo Clip String Lights 

Photo Clip String Lights 17Ft - 50 LED Fairy String Lights with 50 Clear Clips for Hanging Pictures, Photo String Lights with Clips - Perfect Dorm Bedroom Wall Decor Wedding Decorations

Spruce up the drab walls of your dorm with these wonderful string light decorations.

With 50 clips and 50 LED lights that stretch over 17 feet long, you can hang up all the pictures you desire.

Begin with old photos from high school, then add new ones that you took while away at college!



6. Personal Fan 

Vornado Flippi V6 Personal Air Circulator Fan, Midnight

Most of the time, when you have a roommate or two crammed into the same small dorm, there isn’t a lot of air circulation in your room.

This fan can change this by keeping the air flowing with its 2-speed manual control.

Due to its small size, this fan should be put on a nightstand or desk. 


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College Packing List of School Supplies 


7. Daily Planner 

Bliss Collections Daily Planner with 50 Undated 8.5 x 11 Tear-Off Sheets - You've Got This Calendar, Organizer, Scheduler, Productivity Tracker for Organizing Goals, Tasks, Ideas...

In college, you are going to need a good planner to help keep all of your classes, assignments, papers, and projects organized.

If you are as forgetful as I am, then this planner will do wonders for you!

It comes with 50 sheets of material and sections pertaining to certain tasks, ideas, notes, to-do lists, goals, and so on. 



8. Mechanical Pencil Variety Pack 

BIC Mechanical Pencil Variety Pack, Assorted Sizes, 0.5mm, 0.7mm, 0.9mm, 60-Count, Refillable Design for Long-Lasting Use

With this enormous pack of 60 mechanical pencils, you will probably never run out until you graduate.

This set comes with three different sized pencils ranging from thin (0.5 point) to average (0.7 point) to thick (0.9 point).

They are refillable, multicolored, and definitely an upgrade over the classic wooden pencil. 



9. Travel Backpack 

Matein Travel Laptop Backpack, Business Anti Theft Slim Durable Laptops Backpack with USB Charging Port, Water Resistant College School Computer Bag Gifts for Men & Women Fits 15.6 Inch Notebook, ...

This travel laptop backpack with USB charging port is what every 15- year- old boy needs!

Comes with one separate laptop compartment which accommodates 15.6-inch laptops as well as 15-inch, 14-inch, and 13-inch laptops; one large packing compartment with plenty of space for daily needs and tech electronic accessories; and the front section comes with multiple compartments, pen pockets, and a key fob hook to keep his items organized and easily accessible.

And finally with a built in USB charger outside and built-in charging cable inside, this USB backpack offers him a more convenient way to charge his phone while walking.



10. Pen/Pencil Case 

EASTHILL Big Capacity Pencil Pen Case Office College School Large Storage High Capacity Bag Pouch Holder Box Organizer Light Blue

After you buy all your pens and pencils, you are going to need a cute case to store them in!

This case, made by EASTHILL, can hold up to 90 pencils or 50 pencils and has mini compartments to store all of your other trinkets.

The design is also very aesthetically pleasing and the product comes in 9 beautiful colors. 



11. Office Clips Set 

Binder Clips Paper Clips, LEOBRO 340PCS Colored Office Clips Set, with Paper Clamps Paperclips, Rubber Bands, Key Tags, Push Pins, for Office and School Supplies, Assorted Sizes

This is for the person who needs to have everything in their book bag so that they can be prepared for any scenario.

This set comes with 340 pieces of office supplies, including tacks, rubber bands, paper clips, binder clips, and key tags.

With this product, you may become the most organized person in your class!



12. 3-Hole Punch 

Bostitch Office 3 Hole Punch, 12 Sheet Capacity, All-Metal, Silver

If you like to store all of your class papers in your binder, then this hole punch is an absolute must-have.

In case your professor gives you a very long assignment, this tool can pierce up to 12 pages at once and it is made of alloy steel, so it won’t be breaking any time soon!



13. 4-Pack Spiral Notebooks

Yansanido 4 Pack (A5) Spiral Notebooks Journal Hardcover 8.26 x 5.9 Inch 160 Pages Notebook White Paper for Students Office School Supplies (Style 10-Wine Red,Brown,Green,Ivory, A5)

These might be the most gorgeous notebooks that I have ever seen.

This pack of 4 books comes with 160 pages each of A5 paper and durable double-ring binding.

However, what makes this set stand out is how aesthetically pleasing the style is!

They come in 4 lovely colors: wine red, brown, green, and ivory. 



14. Highlighters 

ZEYAR Highlighter, Pastel Colors Chisel Tip Marker Pen, Assorted Colors, Water Based, Quick Dry (6 Macaron Colors)

If you are the kind of person who loves to highlight their notes, these highlighters are the best tool for you.

They come in 6 pastel colors and have a clean chisel point so that you can highlight words with ease.

They are also very small, so they will fit perfectly into your pencil case. 



15. Sticky Notes Organizer 

Sticky Notes Page Markers Colored Index Tabs Flags Bundle Set,2 Mini Rectangular Notes And 6 Index Arrow Flags Organizer(640pcs), With a 15 cm (6 inch) Ruler. Leather Look Design Holder(1Set)....

Forget about buying regular sticky notes, this organizer might have the most impressive collection of notes that I have ever seen.

It comes with 2 sets of rectangular note pads as well as 6 sticky note index arrows.

Everything is held in a sleek leather box that comes with an added ruler!



16. 4-Pocket Binder

DocIt 4 Pocket Binder, Multi Pocket Folder and 1-inch 3 Ring Binder, Perfect for School, Office and Project Organization, Holds 300 Letter Size Papers, Grey (00939-GY)

This is the binder that everyone should have.

It can hold up to 300 pages and has 4 expanding pockets, so you should be able to hold all of your notes, assignments, and exams.

This product is durable, so it will last you a long time, and a good size, so it will fit in your backpack nicely. 


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College Packing List of Kitchen Supplies 


17. Chef Cooking Utensils Set 

Umite Chef Kitchen Cooking Utensils Set, 33 pcs Non-Stick Silicone Cooking Kitchen Utensils Spatula Set with Holder, Wooden Handle Silicone Kitchen Gadgets Utensil Set (Khaki)

How can you bring your amazing food creations to life without the proper tools?

This set has got you covered with 33 different utensils, perfect for any type of meal you are looking to prepare.

This includes a spatula, tongs, a measuring cup, tongs, a soup ladle, and much more.

Have a lovely cooking night with your friends and roommates!



18. 2-Slice Toaster 

Toaster 2 Slice,Retro Toaster,Stainless Steel Toaster,Extra Wide Slot,Bagel Defrost Cancel Function, 6 Shade Setting,Removable Crumb Tray, Light Blue

If there isn’t a toaster in your dorm room, it may be time to get one of your own.

This toaster looks like it is straight from the 1950s.

It is a great product for a college student who loves bread and bagels as much as they love a good retro aesthetic.

It would be the perfect addition to your dorm kitchen!



19. Kitchen Brush Set

Holikme 5 Pack Kitchen Cleaning Brush Set, Dish Brush for Cleaning, Kitchen Scrub Brush&Bendable Clean Brush&Groove Gap Brush&Scouring Pad for Pot and Pan, Kitchen Sink, Green

Once you are done cooking, baking, and preparing your meal, you are going to have to complete the next step: straightening up your kitchen.

This set of 5 brushes by Holikme is ideal for every part of your cooking space, from scrubbing your pots and dishes to polishing your pans and countertops.



20. Cutting Board Set

Gorilla Grip Reversible, Oversized, Thick Cutting Board Set of 3, Easy Grip Handle, Deep Juice Grooves, Slip Resistant, Large Kitchen Chopping Boards for Meat, Veggies, Fruits, Dishwasher Safe, Gray

Cutting up fresh fruit and vegetables in your dorm room is impossible with a good cutting board.

This set of three cutting boards in three varying sizes is exactly what you would be looking for.

These boards are made from rubber material which makes it difficult to slice through them and they are reversible as well, so you don’t have to cut meat and produce on the same side. 



21. Digital Food Kitchen Scale 

GreaterGoods Digital Food Kitchen Scale, Multifunction Scale Measures in Grams and Ounces (Ash Grey)

Certain recipes require an exact amount of an ingredient in order for the dish to come out just the way you want it to.

If you are cooking from scratch on a weekend, this kitchen scale is the way to go!

It gives accurate measurements in ounces and pounds, so your meals will always be flawless. 



22. Kitchen Conversion Chart Magnet 

Kitchen Conversion Chart Magnet - Imperial & Metric to Standard Conversion Chart Decor Cooking Measurements for Food - Measuring Weight, Liquid, Temperature - Recipe Baking Tools Cookbook Accessor...

This mini conversion chart is an absolute lifesaver.

With this magnet, you can convert liquid volumes and dry measurements with ease.

Unless you are the type of person who knows how many tablespoons go into a cup off the top of your head, this is the most useful accessory to stick on your mini-fridge or cabinet whenever you are cooking something new. 



Essentials for Cleaning and Bathroom


23. Mesh Shower Caddy

Attmu Mesh Shower Caddy for College Dorm Room Essentials, Hanging Portable Tote Bag Toiletry for Bathroom Accessories

This durable mesh caddy made by Attmu can organize your shower in seconds.

With 8 outer compartments, you can hold your combs, soaps, shampoos, conditioners, razors, and other bathroom accouterments.

Your bathroom space will be neat and free from clutter with this necessary accessory!



24. EasyWring Spin Mop 

O-Cedar EasyWring Microfiber Spin Mop, Bucket Floor Cleaning System

This mop is small but incredibly mighty and also very easy to use!

It functions with a push pedal to wring out the mop and the mop head can simply be disinfected in the washing machine.

It is perfect for cleaning up any little messes in your dorm room before your friends come over. 



25. Tall Trash Bags, Set of 90

Glad Tall Kitchen Trash Bags ForceFlex Plus with Clorox, 13 Gallon, Lemon Fresh Bleach Scent 90 Count (Package May Vary), White-gray, Lemon Fresh

Between you, your roommates, and any visitors that you may have, your dorm room is going to have a lot of trash.

These Glad trash bags are cheaper when you buy them in bulk, with this set of 90 bags costing less than 20 dollars - a bargain in my opinion.

They are also lemon-scented, great for eliminating any foul odors wafting from your trash can. 



26. Linen Towel Set 

American Soft Linen Towel Set, 2 Bath Towels 2 Hand Towels 2 Washcloths Super Soft and Absorbent 100% Turkish Cotton Towels for Bathroom and Kitchen Shower Towel Navy Blue

This towel set is exactly what you need for the bathroom in your college dorm. These towels come in a set of 6, with 2 bath towels, 2 hand towels, and 2 washcloths included. They are made with 100% cotton and are sold in a variety of colors, so be sure to choose your favorite! 



27. Broom and Dustpan Set

Broom and Dustpan Set for Home, Dustpan and Broom Set, Broom and Dustpan Combo for Office Home Kitchen Lobby Floor Use Dustpan Broom Set

If you track dirt into your dorm room, it can be quite frustrating to clean up your mess without the proper tools to do so. This broom and dustpan set is easy to use and can be easily stored in a closet or corner. There is also a comb on the inside of the dustpan so the bristles of the broom will always be clean the next time you use it!



Packing List of Personal Care Products 


28. Face Masks

Sheet mask by Glam Up Facial Sheet Mask BTS 12 Combo (Pack of 12) - Face Masks Skincare, Hydrating Face Masks, Moisturizing, Brightening and Soothing, Beauty Mask For All Skin Type

Honestly, you can’t beat 12 dollars for 12 masks. These are perfect for a mini spa day with your friends. They come in a variety of materials including peppermint, avocado, green tea, tomato, and so on, each with a different way to make your skin healthier. 



29. Coconut & Honey Hand & Body Lotion – 

Naked Bee 2.25oz Coconut & Honey Hand & Body Lotion (2pk)- and Coconut & Honey Lip Balm, Natural Personal Care Products

This product is wonderful for those winter months on campus when your skin is really dry and cracked. The set includes hand lotion, body lotion, and a stick of lip balm, all made from natural ingredients like beeswax, honey, aloe vera, and sunflower seed. Everything is paraben-free, cruelty-free, and gluten-free with no added dyes or pigments!



30. Facial Tools 

Original Jade Roller & Gua Sha Facial Tools, Real Jade Roller for Face - Face Roller, Natural Rose Quartz Roller - Face Massager, Facial Roller for Skin Care, Body, Eyes, Neck - Tones, Firms, Depu...

This is the perfect tool to use on a relaxing spa day after a week of assignments and exams. Made of pure Brazilian quartz, this jade roller and gua sha set alleviates inflammation, reduces puffiness, and relaxes your skin. You can even put these tools in the fridge for an extra bit of cool soothing power!



31. Beard Kit 

Beard Kit,Beard Growth Kit,Beard Grooming Kit w/2 Packs Beard Wash/Shampoo,Beard Growth Oil,Beard Balm,Beard Wash,Brush,Comb,Scissor,Storage Bag,E-Book,Beard Care & Trimming Kit Gifts for Men Him

For anyone looking to grow or maintain a luscious beard in college, then this kit may be just what you are looking for. This set comes with beard shampoo and beard balm, to help keep your beard full and healthy, as well as a beard comb and trimming scissors, for easy maintenance. 



32. Under Eye Masks

Under Eye Mask 24 Pairs - Reduce Dark Circles, Puffy Eyes, Undereye Bags, Wrinkles - 24K Gold Gel Under Eye Patches, Vegan Cruelty-Free Self Care by grace and stella

After a long night of studying, these under eye masks will do wonders. They are good for reducing puffiness and inflammation and it tightens the skin under the eyes for a rejuvenated look. These masks also come in the color of 24k gold, so you can look simply stylish while you are waiting for the magic to happen. 



33. Albolene Moisturizing Cleanser 

Albolene Face Moisturizer and Makeup Remover, Facial Cleanser and Cleansing Balm, Fragrance Free Cream, 12 oz

Everyone needs a good moisturizer to hydrate their skin when they wake up in the morning. This cleanser by Albolene is not only a great moisturizer but it is good for removing makeup as well. It is made from only 5 simple ingredients with no soap or water required!


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Packing List of Personal Care Products


34. Scalp Massager 

Hair Shampoo Brush, HEETA Scalp Care Hair Brush with Soft Silicone Scalp Massager (Purple)

If you are looking for the perfect shower accessory that will relax your head after a stressful day in class, this scalp massager would be great for you! This product massages the scalp to reduce itchiness and promote blood circulation while preventing dandruff. It also comes in 9 cute colors!



35. Pimple Healing Patches

Rael Acne Pimple Healing Patch - Absorbing Cover, Invisible, Blemish Spot, Hydrocolloid, Skin Treatment, Facial Stickers, Two Sizes 10mm & 12mm (96 Count)

With these healing patches, you don’t have to stress out about your skin anymore! This product comes with 96 total patches in two different sizes, 10 mm and 12mm. They are also vegan and cruelty-free. They can be worn all day and night, even throughout all your daily classes, to help get rid of any pesky skin blemishes. 



36. Microdermabrasion Machine

Beurer Home Microdermabrasion Machine with Pore Vacuum Massage for Radiant Skin | Personal Microdermabrasion Tool for Gentle Exfoliation, with 20 Replacement Filters, FC76

If you don’t clean your pores often, you can get annoying pimples and blemishes. This device is the perfect pore cleanser that you need! The vacuum can be used in 2 intensity levels, so it works for those with sensitive skin and those with tough skin. It would be a very good addition to your skincare routine!



37. Foot File 

Colossal Pedicure Rasp Foot File, Professional Foot Care Pedicure Stainless Steel File to Removes Hard Skin, Can Be Used On Both Dry and Wet Feet

When you spend all day walking around on campus, you can develop blisters and hardened skin on your feet that may be difficult to alleviate. This foot file will help remove any calluses or unnecessary skin on your foot so that they can become smooth and soft once again. 



Packing List of Electronics 

38. Portable Power Bank 

2-Pack Miady 10000mAh Dual USB Portable Charger, Fast Charging Power Bank with USB C Input, Backup Charger for iPhone X, Galaxy S9, Pixel 3 and etc …

When you forget to charge your phone and it is on 1 percent battery with no charger in sight, it is one of the worst feelings in the world. This pack of 2 portable power banks eliminates the problem immediately. These banks are compatible with Google, Samsung, Apple, and Motorola models and include 2 USB ports, so you can charge two devices at once!



39. Sleep Headphones 

Sleep Headphones Wireless, Perytong Bluetooth Sports Headband Headphones with Ultra-Thin HD Stereo Speakers Perfect for Sleeping,Workout,Jogging,Yoga,Insomnia, Air Travel, Meditation

These headphones are perfect for when you have trouble falling asleep and need soothing music to help wind your body down. This device could also be used while you are at the gym since they last for 10 hours of playtime in one charge and have a breathable headband. 



40. Echo Dot (4th Generation) 

Echo Dot (4th Gen, 2020 release) | Smart speaker with Alexa | Charcoal

If you are looking for a good device to play music in your dorm while you are studying, cleaning, or dancing, invest in the latest smart speaker from Amazon. You can listen to your favorite playlists from streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, and SiriusXM, while also being connected to Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant. 



41. 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Station

Wireless Charging Station, 3 in 1 Foldable Wireless Charger Stand, Wireless Charging Stand for iPhone 13/12/12 Pro/12 Pro Max/11/XS Max/XS/XR/X/8P, Airpods 2/pro, Apple Watch, and Qi-Certified Phones

This wireless charging station is most useful for a college student who has all of the latest Apple products. With this device, you can charge your iPhone, Airpods, and Apple Watch all at the same time. It is compatible with recent Samsung models as well and is foldable and wireless for easy transport. 



42. Beats Studio Buds 

Beats Studio Buds – True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds – Compatible with Apple & Android, Built-in Microphone, IPX4 Rating, Sweat Resistant Earphones, Class 1 Bluetooth Headphones - Bla...

These are a durable pair of earbuds that will best suit any college student who loves to listen to their tunes all around campus. They can last for up to 8 hours with one charge and come with an active noise-canceling feature for the times when you are listening to music while studying and trying to avoid distractions.


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Food and Snacks


43. Compact Air Fryer 

Dash Compact Air Fryer Oven Cooker with Temperature Control, Non-stick Fry Basket, Recipe Guide + Auto Shut off Feature, 2 Quart - Aqua

Most dorm rooms don’t have a stove or even a microwave, let alone a cooking appliance as messy as a deep fryer. However, this perfectly sized air fryer will do just the trick. It can cook up to 2 quarts of food without frying it in unhealthy oils and this reduces the fat content by 70 to 80 percent.



44. Food Storage Containers, 16-Pack 

Food Storage Containers Set - Airtight Plastic Containers with Easy Snap Lids (16 Pack) - Leak Proof Kitchen & Pantry Organization - BPA-Free - 16 Chalkboard Labels & Marker - Chef’s Path

Don’t let any leftovers from last night go to waste! This set of 16 containers in 5 different sizes is just what you need to store any kind of food, from fruits and vegetables to the pizza you had for lunch that you want to save until tomorrow. It also comes with chalkboard labels and markers so you can always mark down when the contents will be expiring. 



45. Acrylic Dinnerware 

US Acrylic Newport Plastic Plate, Bowl and Tumbler Dinnerware | 12-piece set Grey

Every dorm needs a basic tableware set. This collection comes with 12 pieces of dinnerware, including 4 10-inch plates, 4 bowls, and 4 20-ounce cups. They are made of plastic so you don’t have to worry about losing an item or throwing something out by accident. 



46. Mini Waffle Maker

Dash Mini Maker: The Mini Waffle Maker Machine for Individual Waffles, Paninis, Hash Browns, other on the go Breakfast, Lunch, or Snacks, with Easy Clean, Dual Non-stick Sides - Black

Become the king or queen of brunch with this adorable waffle maker! You will find yourself making 4-inch waffles every day if you have this cute machine. If you are feeling experimentative, you could also put hashbrowns or cookie dough in the maker and see what happens!



Packing List of Fun Stuff


47. Fitbit Versa 2

Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Music, Alexa Built-In, Sleep and Swim Tracking, Black/Carbon, One Size (S and L Bands Included)

This step tracker is perfect for a student who is looking to get more active while they are away at college. The Versa 2 has so many features: it can play music, track your sleep schedule and your heart rate, can connect to Alexa, and last for at least 6 days without a charge. An essential product for those trying to be more fit!



48. Mini Projector 

Mini Projector, AuKing 2021 Upgraded 1080P Supported Outdoor Projector, Projector for Outdoor Use Compatible with HDMI, USB, Laptop, iOS and Android Phone

This mini projector is a must-have when you are having movie nights with your friends in your dorm room. It is compatible with laptops, smartphones, and TV boxes, so you can project any show or movie through these devices. This product is definitely more useful than just crowding around your computer! 



49. Hand Warmers

10000mAh Hand Warmers Rechargeable, Digital Display Electric Hand Warmer, 14hrs Long Lasting Heat, 2s Quick Heating, Portable USB Hand Warmer Heater Great for Outdoor, Winter Gifts for Women Men

These warmers are essential for those chilly winter months ahead, especially if you are a student going to college upstate. It can also be used as a power bank to charge your phone, 3 temperature levels ranging from “it’s a little cold outside, I need to keep my hands toasty” to “I just stuck my hands in the snow and I need to regain feeling in them once again.”



50. Electronic Word Clock

Sharper Image Light Up Electronic Word Clock, Copper Finish with LED Light Display, USB Cord and Power Adapter, 7.75in Square Face, Unique Contemporary Home and Office Decor

This clock looks like the strangest game of Scrabble ever played, but its unique design is a big draw for me! Not only does it look cool, but is still very useful, tracking the time through five-minute intervals. I think it would look perfect on someone’s nightstand in their dorm room. 


Final Thoughts on College Packing List

Getting ready to leave for college is an incredibly difficult task because you are essentially leaving behind the life you had always known, at least for a few months, to a brand new environment.

You will become mostly surrounded by people you have never met before and you have to rely on your own decision-making to solve problems that may arise in the upcoming semester.

It may seem very overwhelming and it is easy to become stressed out during this period, especially with the preparations before you leave for college.

You want to make you have everything you need before you are off on your own, which includes your personal care products, electronics, kitchen supplies, and dorm accessories.

Hopefully, this list has helped guide you in choosing the right items to bring! 





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