What I’ve Learned Living Out of my Suitcase for Two Months

What I’ve Learned Living Out of my Suitcase for Two Months

Living out of a suitcase is a different experience, that’s for sure. It’s a whole new learning curve for me considering I’ve lived in Michigan my whole life and have never had to experience anything even remotely close to traveling back to back for months at a time. Needless to say, I’ve learned a lot over this short period of time and will take what I’ve learned into my life after consulting.

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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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The Line Between being a Boss and being a Leader

The Line Between being a Boss and being a Leader

Next up in my friend series is one of my best friends, Maizie! This past year she served as the President of my sorority, Phi Mu, and now I have taken on President and am following her role. She wanted to share with you all what she learned over the past year and her tips with being a leader rather than a boss.

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