I also docked the mirror because it isn't obvious how to work the suction cup mechanism. I had to watch the very informative video on how to do it. Ideally it would have been obvious without the video. I will say this, the suction holds quite well, and hasn't fallen off yet! That's especially important because the only surface suitable for the mirror to stick to is the inside of the glass shower door. I have to move the door (and the mirror) to get into and out of the shower. The mirror hasn't budged, and I haven't had to reapply the suction cup to the door at all. Good job!
“Wedding registry–type things make sense,” adds Cassidy Olsen, another soon-to-be graduate of Tufts, “because a lot of us are moving into places for the first time permanently. I know nothing about glassware, so I couldn’t say what glassware, but a combo of drinking glasses and wine glasses would be good.” We here at the Strategist love the Bormioli Rocco Bodega short tumblers, which do double duty as wine glasses and drinkware.
The Christmas season is upon us, which means we will soon be shopping for the perfect gifts to surprise our loved ones with. Even though the best gifts a college student can receive are a home-cooked meal, good grades, and the sweet relief of another completed semester, here are 10 gift ideas to get for a hard-working college student this Christmas:
Isn’t that the boost everyone needs while pursuing their undergraduate degree? Ahead, you’ll find gifts for college students that will cement your cool sister/aunt/mentor status. And if you find more than one gift that is perfect for someone you know, consider sending it in a care package throughout the year. Speaking from past experience, college students love care packages.
When space is at a premium in dorm rooms, you’ll need a small portable speaker that also packs a punch. But, so many of the bluetooth speakers out there are either overpriced or under-quality. The Crave treads a really nice line, offering up to 88 dB of sound and bass as low as 75 Hz. Plus, the thing connects via both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, so no matter where they are on campus, they’ll definitely be able to connect and bump some tunes. Finally, the thing comes with plenty of app functionality, including Chromecast, built right in.
20. Photo Book—If you are buying a gift for a college or university student who has moved away from family and friends to attend school, consider giving him or her a photo book. Companies like Picaboo, Shutterfly, and Walmart offer a large number of styles and designs. You just upload pictures and can make a custom photo book that is sure to bring a smile to a homesick college student's face. And it is a great keepsake that can be kept for years.
This gift box is setup to contain: 1 – one ounce pack of Lay’s, 1 -1.5oz pack of Snyder’s mini- pretzels, 1 – 5/8 oz. pack of Smartfood Popcorn, white cheddar, 1 – 2 oz. pack of Famous Amos Chocolate Chip cookies, 1 – 2.5 oz. pack of Grandma’s Chocolate Chip cookies, 1 – 1.6 oz. pack of Keebler M&Ms cookies, 1 -1.5oz pack of Cheez-It originals, 1 – 2 oz. pack of Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies, 1 -1.5oz pack of Goldfish crackers, 1 – 2.5 oz. pack of Grandma’s Peanut Butter cookies, 6 Single Servings teabags of Bigalow Green Tea (Organic), 1 -1.5oz pack of Cheez-It white cheddar, 3 Single Serve Bags of Swiss Miss Hot chocolate, 6 red Twizzler sticks, 1 -Lance Toast Chee Peanut Butter Crackers, 1 -Lance Toast Toasty Peanut Butter Crackers, 2 -.84 oz. Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chunk Granola bar, 2 -.1.3oz Nutri-grain Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Bar 2 small packs of Skittles WildBerry, 1- 0.8 oz. Mott’s Medley’s, 1 -.1.2 oz. Nature Valley Almond Sweet and Salty Nut bar, 1 -.1.49 oz. Nature Valley Crunchy Oats & Honey bar, 4 banana Laffy Taffy, 2 cherry Laffy Taffy, 2 sour apple Laffy Taffy, 1 Starburst Original, 2 Starburst Tropical, 1 -1 oz. Planters Salted Nuts, 1 -2 oz. Oreo cookies, 1 -1.3 oz. Rice Krispy Bar, and 1 – 0.55 Air Nerds bar
A new camera would be a great gift for an aspiring filmmaker — or just a student who’s excited to share their study-abroad experience with family and friends. “I love making videos, so having something smaller and easier to transport would be awesome,” says Howard Lin, a senior at University of Florida. “My dream would be the Sony Alpha A9, but it costs quite a bit so most likely not. I think a Sony Rx100 Mark V.”
If you purchase this pen, you will need to invest in the notebooks. So far I have not been able to find the notebooks in stores and buying them online is expensive. Their website is cheaper than Amazon, but they also charge shipping. The sample booklet it came with only lasted me half a semester. You also have to buy the ink cartridges (The off brand one works fine!) as I went through three in a semester. I wish someone offered a darker ink, but its alright. They also sell smart pen cases, which I would recommend you... Read more
Personalization adds meaning to every gift, regardless of your budget. Our assortment of non-expensive Christmas gifts is filled with customizable items for every person on your list. Turn your favorite photo into a beautiful memento your special someone can cherish for a lifetime, or shop for a personalized Christmas ornament that will be sure to impress anyone. Whether you’re looking for metal signage to adorn his man cave or you’re more interested in finding floral-inspired keepsake boxes for her favorite jewelry, you can put your own spin on a variety of beautiful items. We even have the Christmas gifts for pets!
When the Amazon Echo made its debut, it seemed like a great idea. But the large, expensive gadget was not a great fit for college students. At $49.99 (Amazon Prime) and the size of a small clock radio, the Echo Dot is a much better buy. With voice activation, the Echo Dot can order an Uber, wake you up, get sports scores or the weather, answer your factual questions, and read you an audiobook or podcast. Not surprisingly, it can order anything from Amazon Prime. For college kids feeling particularly lazy, the Dot can do conversions and answer simple math questions shouted from across the room.
Whether your kid is saving money by turning down the heat or surviving in a drafty dorm room, one of these throws is great for wrapping up while studying or watching TV or layering on a bed at night. Faux fur is very popular, but no one ever went wrong with cashmere. Pottery Barn has a great selection at under $50 as do many other retailers, and the monogram option is also available.
For picnics on the quad, summertime camping trips, or even just watching flicks in the common room, the rumpl blanket is a cross between a sleeping bag and a duvet — a.k.a. a must-have for any adventure. The match-everything design will look just as at home thrown over a dorm bed or right beside a campfire, plus, it folds up to roughly the size of a basketball.