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Students Prepare To Go Back To School With Free E-cards From CardBoiled.com

August 26, 2009

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ — Going back to school doesn’t have to be a depressing notion. If students get into healthy habits, stock up on school stuff, revive their minds, and reconnect with friends before school starts, they’ll be all set for learning before the first bell rings. And one of the easiest ways to get back into the academic mindset is simply by sending a free back-to-school e-card from online greetings site CardBoiled.com.

At least a week before their first day, students should start going to bed at a sensible weeknight hour and waking up early. They should stock up on healthy breakfast foods, too. Remind students who need their morning coffee or tea to keep a caffeine fix handy by sending the Revive Carefully e-card from CardBoiled.com. They may need a nudge in order to bid farewell to waking up at the crack of noon!

Sure, all students really need is a bag, a notebook, and some pens and pencils, but they should get creative with the stuff that’s going to last them throughout the school year. They can keep it simple and get a notebook with a cool design or buy a notebook with a blank cover and graffiti it with images and the names of bands that inspire them. Much like sending this interactive Pimp Your Bus card, personalizing stuff is a fun way to put a positive spin on returning to school.

Even if pupils only have a week to go until school starts, they can still exercise their minds with fun puzzles. The local newspaper usually has Sudoku or crosswords, or they can search online for free brain teasers. One’s mind needs to warm up before learning, just as one’s muscles need to stretch before working out.

Whether or not they’ve kept in touch with their classmates online via Facebook or sending free back to school e-cards, students should get together in person. It’s a chance for them to reconnect, share their summer tales, and welcome their old friends back into the fold before getting caught up in their school schedules.

Students, follow these tips, and you’ll feel prepared, confident, and supported by your friends; you’ll be more than ready to tackle the ups and downs of the upcoming school year..

SOURCE CardBoiled.com


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