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Monday, August 22, 2016

DormTopper Giveaway

Check out what you can win and send off with your college student this fall. No college student? Keep for yourself or another child in the home. Open to continental US residents, you have through 9/2 to enter.
Enter To Win A Dormtopper. Ends 9/2
College is a whole new experience. You get to pick your classes and decide what time you want to go. And you get to live on your own in a dorm room. But have you ever thought about that mattress in the dorm room?

Dorm room mattresses are paper-thin, rock hard, and less than sanitary. If you want to get a good night's sleep you need a DormTopper! The DormTopper combines luxurious materials like New Zealand wool, gel-infused memory foam, and hand-stitched quilting for a better, cooler night’s sleep no matter how uncomfortable that basic dorm mattress is. It is a full two inches thick, it’s based on a core of body-contouring, high-density gel foam. Doesn't that sound a lot better?
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Oh, and it’s made in America and sized just right for those awkward Twin XL mattresses that for some reason colleges love. Bring the comforts of home to college with our mattress topper.
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Now for the giveaway! Enter below for a chance to win a DormTopper. The giveaway is open to residents of the continental US. The giveaway will end on September 2, 2016 at 1159pm EST.
 
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29 comments:

  1. Visit your career center your first month on campus. Career centers have databases of hundreds of resources, like internship or mentorship programs, not to mention a trained, dedicated staff there to help you.

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  2. work really hard and stay focused on your goals

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  3. My advise is to work hard and always stay fixed on the big picture.

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  4. Go to the last day of your next semister class. offer to buy texts and class notes.

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  5. No matter how tough it gets, stick it out !

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  6. Take some time to enjoy yourself.

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  7. Be very cafeful about spending money!

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  8. I would tell them enjoy this part of your life but take advantage of learning the information that will help you be successful in your career and life.

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  9. Work hard and you will go places.

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  10. Keep your eye on the prize and don't sweat the small stuff

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  11. Be open minded. Listen and learn from different opinions before make your own decision.

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  12. Have fun. This is the last chance you have to be carefree. By senior year you will be doing internships or co/ops and going on job interviews. And in general 8 am classes are a bad idea. You will be too tired from the night before to pay attention in class. I learned the hard way my freshman year and after that switched to all later morning/ afternoon classes.

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  13. 830 am classes are a bad idea is my advice.

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  14. Go for a specific career! I chose a general degree and now I have a crap job!

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  15. wow I have 2 kids in college right now
    so have had lots of situations that arise
    my main one is get with your adviser and dont just plan one semester or one year at a time
    plan all 4 years, make sure you have a major and a minor
    take what classes you really need
    homesick happens at college, set up a savings plan for trips home through out the year doing school breaks
    through the summer buy gift cards/or save for your daily items like shampoo, toothpaste etc

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  16. Do not wait until the last minute to completer tasks!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  17. Don't borrow any more money than you absolutely have to. Those student loans add up fast.

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  18. I guess I would tell them to study hard and not to party too much

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  19. Have fun but don't forget to study -- and go to class!

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  20. Study hard in order to actually complete college and party when you have free time.

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  21. Work hard and take some time for you learning yourself!

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  22. don't be tempted by the easy application credit card offers!

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  23. I would advise them to have fun but keep their nose to the books!

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