COLLEGE PACKING / MOVE IN DAY TIPS NCSU | Dorm Tour 2019
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We being me and I will love to hear any of your questions about college or concerns about college or school in general and anything that you would love to see me do doing back to school season. So today we're going to be talking about moving day and how to pack for college. I'm just gonna start by explaining how the moving day process AT and T's it goes because that's where I go and I will talk about some packing tips after that, so I am going into my junior. I'll probably vlog meat packing for college and my college moving day because those usually do pretty well. Whenever I move to school, I drive my own car because I keep my car at school with me and my parents follow me and we have stuff in their car and stuff in my car, and we normally try to get there pretty early so that we can get things done early in the day and, like, maybe there's less people, but I don't know that there really is. So we pulled in and we part and then we could check out like a little trolley thing. I don't know what they're called like one of those, like roly things, that you can put boxes on stuff and take that up to your dorm. Then I could go and meet my parents because they were putting the boxes and stuff on the rolling thing. Then you just went up there and you moved in, and it was like that simple NC state did have a like bed, bath and beyond. We didn't know our room was gonna have one or not, and it didn't. What else did we get? We got, like, somewhere hangers because I didn't bring enough hangers, so that was really convenient that they had that, But we just, like, went straight into moved in. Like coordinates that you guys are in the room with the same time because it can be pretty crowded with, like, everyone's family and stuff. So that's how it was whenever I moved into the dorm rooms highly, and whenever I moved into my apartment, it was pretty much the same. Then we could check out this like, rolling tote thing and then bring that down to the cars and move all that up. They have signs and stuff, so it will be easy for you guys to figure out what is going on exactly. We try to go early, we take two cars, which I like is important because last year on the way my jeep actually broke down, You asking a watch my college moving Dave long for all of that, but it broke down. For my clothes, what I do is I leave my hanging clothes hanging. So I leave my stuff hanging, and then I bag it with trash bags over it, and then it just travels on the hangar. It's easier than like taking all the hangers off putting limits, hoping taking them and then folding on the clothes whenever you're just gonna have to, like, take them all out again. You know what I mean? So that's how I recommend moving. I also recommend the toads because whenever I move out, I just leave all my college room decorations stuff that I don't use at home. You know, like I come home for the summer, so I'm just leave all my stuff together. You could leave them, bagged up a cz well and put them in trash bags so I put things like pillows and my bedding in trash bags. For some reason, whenever it comes to packing is in downsizing a hell Blood puts out link below. My basic tips are like Don't bring anything that you don't wear on a regular basis because you're not gonna wear it in college. You know, like I bring everything which I use it for photo. So it's kind of okay, but I tend to convince myself like I might have something fancy to go, too, even though I'm not in anything that I would have something fancy to go to, you know, And like you might think like, Oh, it's a good idea to have business clothes because we're in college and we're professionals in like a professional setting. Like, do you really have to dress up that often? Not really like normal people where T shirts and shorts every single day to class? I mean, I wear things like this. If you're comfortable in 90 shorts in oversized teacher the mostly bring that like, if you know that you're not gonna wear dresses or like heels or anything, then don't bring them. Like I said, there's tons of room and stuff, but just try not to bring anything that's Terry, and you could be the best judge of that. Like, what do you really wear on the day to day basis? And what do you really see yourself wearing on days that you don't have a ton of time to get ready and days that you're really tired? I would just ask myself that whenever I'm packing, I also have these. This won't really help for a dorm room because dorm rooms you can loft your bed and then you can put your desk and stuff underneath. I put shoes and stuff in there, but also things that I know. You know what I'm saying? Like you might wanna pick up your winter stuff whenever you go home for fall break or Thanksgiving. Because if you're in North Carolina and it's that hot that long, then you don't really need your winter stuff. I'm pretty much already covered all my other things, just recapping. Maybe check out one of those like roly things or find out if your school house one one that I didn't talk about us. On the normal day, like you cannot park anywhere and see stay. I don't think you have to do that for move in day, but maybe check into it and then lastly, leave your stuff for college packed up over the summer unless it's something that you actually need those air. Whenever I moved in as a freshman, I was very emotional.