It's that time of year again. The pool starts to close. The neighbors are back from their family holidays. The sun doesn't seem to be as strong as it was a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, this all means one thing - summer is coming to an end, and the new school year is about to begin.
For students, going to university can be a mind-boggling but exciting time. For many, it is their first time away from home and learning how to live on their own. While it is tempting for college students to pack everything but the kitchen sink. This is especially true if you share a room or lack space.
Firstly, make sure you check your university's student policies and halls of residence rules before taking any small appliances with you. These often vary from campus to campus, so make sure you meet the correct guidelines. This will save students the trouble of buying or taking away appliances they are not even allowed to use. However, if you are able to bring small appliances with you, here is one residence hall appliance that you probably won't need to bring to campus.
The answer is revealed - a mini fridge.
Most student halls of residence will provide a fridge, but if not, a mini fridge is ideal for keeping your essentials cold. Mini fridges come in many different sizes and styles, so you're sure to find one to suit any hall of residence. Things to consider are the capacity, size, and the number of shelves. You need to make sure it's durable and easy to maintain. However, if space is at a premium in your dormitory, you can also buy a neat-looking tabletop fridge such as this COOSEON portable 8-liter mini makeup fridge or the larger 10-liter mini skincare fridge also portable.
The practicality of the mini-fridge
The obvious appliance that every dormitory needs are a mini fridge. Every university student needs one of these. Even if you're meal planning and don't plan to prepare your own meals in your room, you'll need a reliable mini fridge to keep your drinks and snacks cool.
Compact refrigerators usually contain 1 to 2.5 cubic feet of space. They are small enough to fit in a corner or under a table, yet large enough to hold basic food and drinks. If your school allows it, you should consider getting a medium-sized fridge.
Not only are these small enough for a dormitory atmosphere, but they usually have more cubic feet of space and a separate freezer for frozen foods. For the price and features, this will be your best value.
Entering university also means starting a brand new journey, and I'm sure there are many teenage girls out there who are starting to jump on the bandwagon of cosmetics and skincare products that weren't previously overused.
This is where the mini-fridge comes in handy for another purpose. Yes, the mini beauty fridge is not only great for chilling drinks and food in the hostel, but it also provides a great storage environment for our cosmetics and skincare products. As it is in a university dormitory, those students who are eager to look beautiful may have spent their living expenses on skincare products, so these valuable items cannot be at risk of failing due to environmental factors. So having a cooseon mini beauty fridge or makeup fridge in your halls of residence is a definite bonus for students who need to take care of their skin.
In addition to this, other appliances such as toasters, washing machines, etc., are also essential.
Most of these will be provided to you in the dormitory, but for new students, it's probably more about the details, such as thinking about how to sleep better and more comfortably.
A new school season is a new beginning, and COOSEON
hopes that everyone is in a good mood to start a new journey!
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