Warning regarding imported packages (`LinearAlgebra` and `DrWatson`)

I’m using Julia 1.7.2 and I’m trying to set up a project to work on. I’ve created the folder using DrWatson and I’ve added Revise to startup.jl: the idea is of course to have to ability to modify code (I’m using VSCode btw) without having to reload the REPL everytime. The problem is, when I open julia in the project folder, run ] instantiate and then call using Tesi (where Tesi is the project name, which is also the name of the only .jl file I’m using and the main module), I get these warnings:

┌ Warning: Package Base does not have DrWatson in its dependencies:
│ - If you have Base checked out for development and have
│   added DrWatson as a dependency but haven't updated your primary
│   environment's manifest file, try `Pkg.resolve()`.
│ - Otherwise you may need to report an issue with Base
└ Loading DrWatson into Base from project dependency, future warnings for Base are suppressed.
┌ Warning:
└ Loading LinearAlgebra into Tesi from project dependency, future warnings for Tesi are suppressed.

Running ] resolve yields no changes to the .toml files and doesn’t solve the problem.

My code in Tesi.jl looks something like this:

using DrWatson
@quickactivate "Tesi" 

module Tesi
import LinearAlgebra
# ... structs and functions, no other imports are made
end #module Tesi

The output from ] status in the Tesi environment is

(Tesi) pkg> st
     Project Tesi v0.1.0
      Status `E:\Università\2020-2021\Tesi\Project.toml`
  [634d3b9d] DrWatson v2.9.1
  [22787eb5] Term v0.2.0

while the output from ] status in the default environment is

(@v1.7) pkg> st
      Status `C:\Users\Niky\.julia\environments\v1.7\Project.toml`
  [5fb14364] OhMyREPL v0.5.12
  [14b8a8f1] PkgTemplates v0.7.26
  [295af30f] Revise v3.3.3

And just in case, here is my startup.jl file:

atreplinit() do repl
        @eval using OhMyREPL
    catch e
        @warn "error while importing OhMyREPL" e
        @eval using Revise
    catch e
        @warn "error while importing Revise" e

and my Project.toml file:

name = "Tesi"
uuid = "dc6fdeef-2f65-43ab-9e33-8e7f18faa1fd"
authors = ["Nicholas Pini <ultrapoci@gmail.com> and contributors"]
version = "0.1.0"

DrWatson = "634d3b9d-ee7a-5ddf-bec9-22491ea816e1"
Term = "22787eb5-b846-44ae-b979-8e399b8463ab"

julia = "1.7.2"

Searching online I’ve found that the solution would be to run ] instantiate, but as I’ve said above, I’m already doing so.
As far as I’m aware, everything works despite the warnings: the module is imported correctly and if I modify the code, Revise kicks in and updates the functions in the module correctly.