Updated: Aug 9, 2019
Get Back into the School Spirit With the Best Bag
Whether you’re heading back to work from vacation or back to school after the summer break, fall is a perfect time to hit the reset button. After a long summer, back-to-school season is a time for new routines and organization. It is also the ideal time to take advantage of sales to get office, school and other essential items at low prices. All of this makes it easy to stock your bag, purse, or backpack with everything you need to get on the right track!
Back To School Bag Essentials:
-Glasses: sunglasses, reading glasses
-travel-sized body oil (for moisturizing hands, natural perfume and mood booster)
-planner or notebook
-reusable water bottle
Take some time to reflect on all of the occasions when you wished you had a particular item in your bag, but forgot to include it.
We are always looking for inspiration for what to include in our bags. Share your own ‘what’s in my bag’ post on instagram, facebook or insta stories and tag us @zeetabody or #zeetabody for a discount on your next purchase!
Going back to school or work is often a time of transition, which can be stressful! We have many useful tips to manage back to school stress. Here are our top recommendations for a peaceful transition back to the school season:
For a stuffy dorm room, apartment, office, or classroom: Cheerful Citrus Spray
“Sometimes my classroom gets to smell overwhelmingly like teenagers. When this happens, I spray Cheerful Citrus Spray in-between periods. My students at the following class often walk in and compliment how my classroom smells so good.” -- High School Teacher, Henderson, NV
For glowing picture-day skin: Volcanic Face Mask
“Last year, my roommate and I had a nightly ritual of putting Las Vegas Lavender oil on our hands and arms before we went to sleep. If either of us forgot to do this, we would instantly be reminded when the other put it on because the room would smell of lavender. It was the perfect way to calm down amidst the stress of school." -- College Student, UCLA