You never know what you’ll need at university but it’s a good idea to always have these items with you!
Water/snacks- If you’re in university you probably know that students rarely have time for proper meals. Even though I think you should definitely try to eat actual meals sometimes you end up eating a little later than expected and for these times it’s a blessing to have some water and snacks with you. It really helps refuel and it saves you time since you don’t have to stand in line at Starbucks for like an hour trying to get some snacks since you already have some with you.
A notebook/pencil case- Even if you type your notes (I always do) I think having a notebook and some pens/pencils/stationery in general is a good idea. You never know when you’ll need it and it’s one of those things that you are likely to need very often.
Perfume- Sometimes you sit really close to people after spending all day running from one class to another like a headless chicken. For these times it helps to have some perfume with you (samples are perfect for this!) that you can quickly spray. It helps make you feel more secure and smell like a treat!
Gum- Coffee is a necessity but coffee breath isn’t. Having gum with you can really help especially if you have one of those annoying classes where you’re forced to talk to everyone. I also read that chewing gum helps you concentrate too so there’s another reason to carry some around with you!
Tissues– Honestly carrying tissues with you is a huge help even in general not just at university. You never know when you’ll need them- and trust me you will need them- so it’s really just a good idea to keep some on you at all times.
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