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Create A Fun Finals Week Care Package For Your College Student

Published November 09, 2015        by Matt

 Create A Fun Finals Week Care Package For Your College StudentAway from Home 101 Care Pack from All About Gifts & Baskets Surprise Your Study-Bug Finals week can be stressful; your student has papers due, tests to take, sleep to miss. It's hectic, but it can also be fun. A lot of colleges in the country have finals week specials, like pizza night or make-your-own-sundae night. You can help take a little bit of the stress out of exams - but not so much that they aren't on their toes - by creating great college care packages for your college student. While college students like to think they're all grown-up, independent beings, I can guarantee that every single one would be thrilled with a little treat from home. Image by MC Quinn on Flickr The Basic Essentials There are basic staples that tend to make Read more

How to Make a Snack Care Package for your College Student

Published April 17, 2014        by Rae Ann

 How to Make a Snack Care Package for your College StudentCollege students can be under a lot of pressure to complete their courses. They are often so pressed for time that they forget to eat. Or sometimes it's the late night munchies that get them when they are pulling an all-nighter. Why not make a snack basket that is a delight for them to receive? A college care package from home is always a welcome sight. Be sure you pack it right so that when it arrives it's fresh, uncrushed, and ready to be torn into. The first thing you want to do is select a box that's big enough to hold the snacks you want to send. It sounds obvious, but select something sturdy that will last in the often harsh conditions of the mail. Don't send the items inside just a cardboard box. Instead, put them first in a metal tin like the ones cookies come in. The better the Read more