It’s that time of year again. Crisp fall air, fresh pencil shavings, chalk dust floating in the late autumn sun. Sure, iPads outnumber pencils these days, but you still have to move all those power cords and cases of Diet Coke into your new dorm room and they haven’t gotten any lighter since last year.
Here’s how to get yourself set up to kick academic tail this year.
Hire Movers to Spare Your Parents’ Backs
Don’t forget, they’re old and their spines make weird noises. They’re already paying for your education, don’t make them pay for your textbooks with a slipped disc. But no need to wear yourself out before football tryouts – hire someone to help you haul in those boxes.
Organizers to Arrange Your Dorm Room
You’re probably tempted to hurl everything in a corner and hit the quad. But you’ll be better prepared to ace your chem exams if you can actually find your chem notes. Organization may not be your number one skill, but you can pay someone to set you up in a way that suits your lifestyle.
DJ for Your Welcome Back Party
It’s only September – you don’t have to worry about your grades for a solid six weeks. But your social life begins the second your sneakers hit the campus concrete. Cement your spot in the hierarchy by hiring a DJ to make your welcome back party the best in the building.
Do you have any other back to school projects or ideas that could use some professional assistance?