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Will you be carrying them from class to class the "old fashioned way" or do you have a book bag, etc?... Read More

  1. by   colleen10
    Yeah, it's all right now. It took about 4 days for it to feel better though.

    I am definately getting a back pack. Having all that weight on one side of my body (with the saddle bag) really threw me out of wack!
  2. by   Marlo2bRN
    OH man. When I saw all the books I would need the first semester, I invested in the rolling book bag. I loved it! No back strain at all. Now going into my last year, the instructor has specifically said, "Don't bring your book". I will be carrying my bag w/ my syllabus and mini computer for notes.

    Marlo
  3. by   Love-A-Nurse
    , marlo! no books!
  4. by   Marlo2bRN
    Yep she said no books. She hated seeing people highlight and not listen to her lectures. Kinda scary for me because I'm a visual learner. I'm hoping I can type as fast as I would highlight.

    Marlo
  5. by   colleen10
    Have any of you had one of those teachers that said "Make sure you bring your book to class every time" and then you never used it?

    Maybe I should send my chiropractor bill to my A&P Teacher.
  6. by   Love-A-Nurse
    Originally posted by colleen10


    Maybe I should send my chiropractor bill to my A&P Teacher.
    :chuckle
  7. by   Robin61970
    I had surgery on August 12 I think last year and started school on the 19th......I bought a rolling backpack because I could not carry all my books around....I wasn't moving so fast for a week or so(lap,D&C, removed 2 cysts off fallopian tubes) and I felt like my insides were falling out......I love my rolling bag though and wouldn't trade it......
  8. by   GPatty
    I have used one of the rolling ones mostly. I liked it, but when I only had 2 books to carry, I just used a regular ol backpack...
    I change backpacks almost as much as.....well.....um...other stuff!
  9. by   Love-A-Nurse
    julie, you took a great picture.
  10. by   DebsZoo
    I am going to get one of the rolling bags..........my year of prereqs probably won't be too bad, as far as books go.
    But I have SEEN the nursing books.....LOL......Definitely going to need some help moving them
  11. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by robin61970
    i had surgery on august 12 i think last year and started school on the 19th......i bought a rolling backpack because i could not carry all my books around....i wasn't moving so fast for a week or so(lap,d&c, removed 2 cysts off fallopian tubes) and i felt like my insides were falling out......i love my rolling bag though and wouldn't trade it......
    , robin! my, you were up to it in a week?
  12. by   fnimat1
    I'm going to be carrying mine the old-fashioned way....I just pray they aren't going to be too heavy....I can't carry heavy books and a belly too....lol.


    Fatima
    "FutureR.N."
  13. by   peaceful2100
    Oh Fatima be careful with those books and being pregnant and everything. IF you have to get one of those backpack on wheels. You can get a nice one for a reasonable amount from walmart, target or k-mart if you have one in your area.

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