So, two weeks of school have already passed and by now you’re a college pro. You remembered to buy your books, bring your laptop and, of course, every piece of clothing that you own. We’ve compiled a list of some things that we think you may have forgotten about or some other necessities.
A UTI pain reliever. Now that you’re living on your own, you’re mom isn’t here to help you with those uncomfortable situations and you might feel a little unsure of what to do if you experience a urinary tract infection while at college. Don’t feel scared or alone - one in three of our readers have likely experienced a urinary tract infection and 60% of those women characterize the associated pain as“extreme” – often so intense that it causes complete disruption to their daily lives. Living away from home can lead to new experiences and to be safe, be sure to have a product like AZO Urinary Pain Relief, which provides relief within the hour. Unlike general pain relievers, AZO goes directly to the source of UTI pain, allowing women to enjoy their college years.
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A Brita filter. So most ladies I know are princesses and knowing how old some of the dorms at USF are, a Brita filter may be a good investment for your sink water. All you have to pay is 20 something dollars once for clean water for the rest of your college years. I’d say that’s a pretty good investment.
Red Bull. No one ever wishes they’d slept more in college. Red Bull will be your go-to best friend for the rest of your college years and beyond. Stock up on this energy drink to help you concentrate during studying and to make you be on you “A” game while playing sports! Your college years are full of studying, partying and not much sleep, so Red Bull can be your secret weapon for some much needed wings.
Flash drive. Trust me, you will need one of these, if not more than one. Over my four years at college I’ve probably gone through 10 different flash drives because I tend to lose everything that I own. You can find them almost anywhere now for under $10, which is awesome and they come in different colors and styles to fit your personality.
Rain gear. We go to school in Florida. If you’re not from here, then welcome to the place where you wake up and have to walk to your class in the pouring rain, then five minutes later it’s a perfectly sunny day. Florida’s weather is weird, but I’d take a mostly sunny, with a few scattered thunderstorms weather over any other! Definitely invest in a good umbrella, rain boots and even a raincoat.