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Hibernation to Graduation Part I:
Tip #1: Resist the Senioritis!
Tip #2: Utilize "Early Action"
Hibernation to Graduation Part II:
Tip #3: You don't have to have your life already planned out.
Tip #4: Fire up that Academic Resume! (Find something you like and stick with it).
Tip #5: Don't apply for hundreds of colleges out-of-state. Explore your options.
Bedding and Beyond:
Tip #1: The easiest way to start decorating your room is to start decorating your bed.
Tip #2: Bed Bath and Beyond is your best friend.
Tip #3: Don't feel obligated to replicate your room at home.
Ducks in a Row: Part I
Tip #1: Start with making a list.
Tip #2: Don't buy everything because you won't need it.
Tip #3: Bed Bath and Beyond is still your best friend.
Ducks in a Row: Part II
Tip #1: Invest in a mattress protector!!
Tip #2: Make your bed as comfy as you like it.
Tip #3: Purchase fun sheets.
Tip #4: Don't forget an alarm clock.
Tip #5: A bedside caddy might be a good idea.
Ducks in a Row: Part III
Tip #1: Shoe storage can be on the back of the closet door or on a rack.
Tip #2: Get the slim hangers; not the average size ones.
Tip #3: A second closet rod for more space.
Tip #4: Large Rubbermaid storage bins for off-season clothing and shoes.
Tip #5: Closet modular organizers.
Tip #6: Bedside Caddy especially for lofted beds.
Tip #7: Rubbermaid boxes for under the bed if you choose not to loft.
Tip #8: Invest in a safe!!!!!!
Tip #9: A trunk is great for storing extra sheets, bulky clothing, and your safe.
Tip #10: Tiered Rubbermaid storage unit (on wheels) for snacks, etc as well as stand-alone drawers for extra clothes.
Tip #11: Jewelry dress organizer (comes in black or pink).