•Bring your canteen and/or thermos, refill your canteen with filtered water dispense in campus if they have one if they don't suggest a few to be installed to your student government council - usually purchasing coffee with your thermas gets you a discount of about 10% to 20% off on campus or local coffee shops
The Best Part (sort of):
>>< Keeping only $10 to $20 cash in your 'campus wallet' will prevent you from spending your money on the unnecessary and it will help you make better decisions on where you will spend that money
Starbucks. It's not a college student's best friend. Not because of the addiction we get but the expensive price ranges. The controversial debate of $4 for a small Coffee, is indeed controversial.
As much as I absolutely love Starbucks and how ethical the company is, I really think they should start having student discounts. We're broke!
We are the brokest generation of 20 somethings ever. Can we please get half off!?
We promise to buy 5 more coffees as we work on that Midterm Paper in MLA/APA format.
In the bag is an iced coffee, a peach parafait + an orange I brought from home & a water bottle that I bought in bulk from CVS.
Avocado Salad in a Cup
Here's my delicious recipe: Avocado, Cucumber, Home-Made Gluten Free Garlic Bread and Feta Cheese in a to-go cup with a lid. Recycle & Repurpose those cups!