I had the privilege of living in my sorority house for two of my three years of college, after living in one of the oldest ,and grossest, dorms on campus during my freshman year. Saying that living in a multi-million dollar mansion with some of my best friends was a huge step up from my freshman dorm is an understatement. With the privilege of living in a house with many other women, you get all of the messiness, drama, laughter and tears that come with it. I learned a lot and grew a lot from my two years living at my sorority house.
Sharing is NBD
When everyone is constantly getting ready for date parties, interviews, job fairs and swaps, you begin to depend on the other women in the house for clothing to borrow, outfit advice, and people to do your hair and makeup. Clothes aren’t the only thing that is shared though. Women share pretty much everything, from curling irons and hairspray, to Domino’s Pizza and laptop chargers. After living in a sorority house, you’re really good at letting people borrow things, and knowing who to borrow from.