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I’m College Ready As I’ll Ever Be: Sponsored By Schick Razors

By Heather Hahn @HeatherHahnn

I will be one that will never forget about her first college experience.

I was beyond excited to go out into the real world, and become super independent away from my parents, and away from being sheltered in.

For me, going to college was also a bit scary, because I wasn’t just going to be only 2 hours away from my parents, I was going be thousands of miles away from my parents, but again, that was my choice that I wanted to go away for college, all the way in California, a place where I had never been to before in my life.


{ My first friend in San Francisco, well I was in college }

{ A night out with the ‘roomies’ & their friends } 

I’ll never forget the day that my mom left to go back to Ohio on a plane, I did not get out of bed that week before school started, I was so sad, and absolutely terrified. Leaving home is never easy.

Lucky for me though, my mom would send me care packages once a week filled with Ramen noodles, girl needs, like Schick Disposable Razors, and a few of my favorite things from home.

If you’re missing home a lot during your first few new weeks in college, care packages totally help!


{ My college checklist: A Hair Dryer, Schick Quattro Disposable Razors, Eye Makeup Remover, Facial Wipes, Mascara & Body Wash }

A few days before I was about to start college, i’ll never forget everything being total chaos. So, if you don’t want to end up with life being chaotic before your first few days at college, I would highly suggest creating a ‘college checklist’ of everything that you need/or may need.

College really ended up being the best 4 years of my life, so really make sure that you cherish it because it goes by a little too fast.


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schick®. The opinions and text are all mine. //

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I’m College Ready As I’ll Ever Be: Sponsored By Schick Razors

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