Chances are you are running around Bed Bath & Beyond, ordering endlessly from Amazon and talking to friends about what your kid needs for college.
The reality is there are only a few categories that are essential for our kids at school to make their lives easier and the New York Times covers the essentials beautifully…
Everything from better sleeping, better hygiene, to electronics…
Check this article out from the New York Times…
“There’s nothing as daunting as a naked dorm room waiting to be outfitted. What to buy? The folks at The Sweethome, a product review site owned by The New York Times Company, know what you’re going through. They spent more than 150 hours evaluating dorm essentials. Here are a few of their picks, and you can find more product choices and details here.
• XL twin sheets are on every residential-life list. You probably won’t use them for more than a few years, so you shouldn’t spend much. But that doesn’t mean you need to settle for scratchy, stiff linens. Wamsutta’s Sateen Twin XL sheets in 400-thread count, around $35 for a set, are nearly as soft, durable and wrinkle-resistant as top performers. But shop early: Extra-long sheets sell out fast.”
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