If you’re reading this right now and saying to yourself “But oh em gee Julia, I’ve been having so much fun with my sisters this week!”, then punch yourself in the face right now so that I don’t have to f***ing find you on campus to do it myself.”) The generous-minded among us praised the sister (who was later revealed to be Rebecca Martinson) for her, um, lively way with language.
Because the wrong reasons exhaust us, make our faces wrinkle and our hair gray. Hold on real tightly and celebrate the nouns that keep from falling apart.
[To the seven women, wh0 103 years ago today, acknowledged the beauty in being a little different and decided to put life into an idea they came up with on their dorm room floor, I say to you in the most undiluted way and with every ounce of my heart, thank you] I’m Jen Glantz.
tone and content of the email was highly inappropriate and unacceptable by any standard' and 'all reasonable people can agree this is an email that should never have been sent by its author.
Period.' The email inspired dramatic readings, many late-night talk show jokes and was even parodied with a Barbie doll.
At 21, I was the President, but more importantly the role model of 150 impressionable and resilient women It does not just matter why you joined things or why you started something, we start new things every day.
Job positions, inseparable relationships, lines outside of Jamba Juice, goals to finally hit up the gym. And you will learn, that if you stay for the long-haul, the marathon sprint, you’ll stay for the right reasons. Some things in life stay together, but most things will fall apart.
I find that many people, especially young girls, feel so alone and quite often they feel embarrassed. I want them to read what I write and understand that it’s okay to be a little outside of the box, but most importantly, that it is okay to just be who they are.
For the past 3 years, I've helped many mighty readers kick-start their week with a Monday morning email that has them eager to get out of bed & take on the world.
6 years later, the only decision I made back then that has not fallen apart was when I decided to join a sorority.