What to Include in Sorority Big Little Baskets

What to Include in Sorority Big Little Baskets

So you got a little, congratulations!! Now what? It’s time to prepare for big little week and prepare to shower your little with gifts and sorority swag. I have a bit of experience in this realm, considering I’ve taken triplets. Check out my post of everything I got my first little here and check out my other post here for what I got my twins. I thought it might be helpful to put together a check list of sorts though so you don’t get carried away.

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My Top 5 Pieces of Advice for Girls Going Through Recruitment

My Top 5 Pieces of Advice for Girls Going Through Recruitment

It’s so crazy to me that it’s almost September and almost the start of back to school. With school starting back up and considering COVID ruined a lot of school experiences for students (including myself) last year, going through sorority recruitment is a great place to start. Coming from someone who has been in a sorority for 4 years now, who has been in charge of recruitment as a Membership Director and who is currently the President, I have a lot of advice to share from experience.

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Dates to Take yourself on

Dates to Take yourself on

I love a good self-care moment and love some alone time, to be honest. Show love to yourself by going on a date with yours truly and really appreciate all the joy that comes with being alone sometimes. I find that really spending alone time with yourself is refreshing, helps with social anxiety (although scary at first), and just makes you appreciate and notice things that you wouldn’t about the world if you were with someone else. Below, check out 10 different date ideas I’ve shared to treat yourself on.

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Easy Ethical, Sustainable, & Eco-Friendly Swaps to Make in your Life

Easy Ethical, Sustainable, & Eco-Friendly Swaps to Make in your Life

I think there is a common stigma that you have to make big changes and swaps in your life in order to be eco-friendly but that is not the case at all. If you made the simple switch from using plastic water bottles to a re-usable water bottle, you would keeping out an average of 1,825 bottles PER YEAR PER ONE PERSON. When you put that large number on a common product that most households use, it puts humans’ consumption on a much more intense and real level. If you follow the swaps I mention below, I guarantee the world will start to see a change. It all starts with SOMEONE. One person at a time.

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