A rolling suitcase....really??? - page 7

I've seen a few posts recommending a rolling suitcase for use instead of a bookbag, etc. Are we talking carry-on size? What dimentions? I'm starting an ADN program in the fall, but I already have... Read More

  1. Visit  ImKosher profile page
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    I would not know. Or, ever will. Lol.
  2. Visit  ♑ Capricorn ♑ profile page
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    Quote from Stephalump
    Have you ever tried wearing a backpack with heels?
    Yeah, its not pretty.
  3. Visit  rubato profile page
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    Yeah, backpack and heels won't work. I like my heels and will be wearing them on non clinical days on occasion, so I'll be sticking with my tote too.
  4. Visit  FLboundBSN profile page
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    Quote from ImKosher
    I sincerely apologize ... Stating that, I am not laughing.
    I accept your apology
  5. Visit  Jen_Jen88 profile page
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    I use a rolling bookbag, Its more of a rolling laptop bag but my med-surg book fits (Brunner is a heavy book to carry on your back lol) my drug book, Diagnosis book, My notepad and any other book I may need.
  6. Visit  BelleNscrubs04 profile page
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    1st semester my first rolling backpack turned out to be too small! I ended up trying to use a suitcase but found that my books shifted around inside too much. I finally found a HUGE rolling backpack at Target that worked perfectly. We were required to bring lots of books to class and I had 3 classes in one day. 2nd semester I was able to go back to a regular backpack because fewer books were required and I was able to get my reference books on my Ipad. This summer all I really need is a tote bag. I'd wait and go to class once or twice before I decided what fits your needs.
  7. Visit  rubato profile page
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    I may have to recant my earlier opinion and give in to the rolling bag. I was at school Thursday and threw my back out toting around my books and my backpack. And, I'm not even fully in to the NS program yet. I am just too old for this stuff!
  8. Visit  ImKosher profile page
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    Quote from rubato
    I may have to recant my earlier opinion and give in to the rolling bag. I was at school Thursday and threw my back out toting around my books and my backpack. And, I'm not even fully in to the NS program yet. I am just too old for this stuff!
    Maybe you need to give up those heels. Lol.
  9. Visit  rubato profile page
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    Quote from ImKosher
    Maybe you need to give up those heels. Lol.
    NEVER!!!!!!
  10. Visit  ImKosher profile page
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    ROFLMBO!!!
  11. Visit  pinayluv78 profile page
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    I wish I could leave my rolling backpack at home but unfortunately, I cannot find digital versions of my textbooks and I've looked on amazon, barnes & noble, cheggs, etc...
  12. Visit  VictoriaGayle profile page
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    My school is suppose to give us laptops with our E-books on them so hopefully I wont need one!
  13. Visit  JenforRN profile page
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    I don't think I've ever had a teacher make us bring a book to school (except once when a teacher wanted to go through the drug guide with us in term 1 to point out some important bits). I haven't had clinical instructors ask me to bring textbooks either - there are books on the unit/the computers. I'm going into 3rd year btw.

    My backpack only has a clipboard, pencil bag, water, and my lunch. My laptop too if a class is really boring (but lately I have been getting by with my cellphone).

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