Lockers For Safekeeping

I was a working student in college.  I work during the day and I go to school at night.  As a working student, I had to balance my time at work and in school.  Whenever I leave for work, I had to bring all my school books and notes so just have to commute all the way to school after working hours.

I was very thankful that my school have steel lockers.  I got a locker and it was very convenient for me.  I did not have to carry most of my school supplies-books, papers, folders, devices…etc.  The lockers were very spacious.  The students can keep important materials in there without a problem.

On the contrary, we only had small lockers at my workplace.  My co-employee kept on complaining because their stuff was in the tight space.  But I appreciated having a locker because I had a place to keep my things away in safety.

Tips On Driving In Cold/Snow/Icy Places

In cold weather especially during the Winter season, driving in snowy and icy places is not cool.  Below are some tips on how to prepare yourself and your car for the cold facts of winter travel.

  • Warm up your car (but not in a closed garage), before heading out to reduce condensation inside the windows.
  • Remove snow and ice from front and rear windshields, and the hood of the car, so you can see well and be seen by others.
  • Wear sunglasses on bright sunny days.
  • Be sure your cell phone is fully  charged in case of emergency (avoid leaving it in the car overnight and protect the battery from freezing).

Winter travel is not easy.  We have to observe extra caution when driving.