Back on April 29, I celebrated my fourth year as a blogger. At the same time, I couldn’t help but wonder how far I’ve come writing about Greek life – particular sorority life – since then (& how much I’ve grown as a writer who’s writing about something that he truly loves with all his heart). I’ve come a long way since those early days & I’ve grown exponentially as a blogger writing about a topic which he loves (& will always continue to love). As a values-based, values-oriented fraternity man who is also pro-Panhellenic, that’s always a good thing.
Times have changed but the primary aims for of love & roses haven’t:
1. No matter which sororities/fraternities I’m writing about, I believe in inspiring & encouraging Greek unity. In addition, I’m praising & showing my heartfelt appreciation for these organizations as well.
2. Whether my articles are about recruitment, philanthropy or Sororities/Fraternities, I’m showcasing various aspects of Greek life in a positive, genuine, accurate & heartfelt way.
3. My posts have always been written with one thing in mind: again, to praise Sororities/Fraternities, not to tear them down. It never ceases to amaze me when people use search engine terms like “ten reasons why this or that sorority is horrible” or “ten reasons why I hate this sorority or that” to find my blog. Sorry to say, but there are NO posts about either of the above here. My articles are always about putting a positive spotlight on Sororities/Fraternities!!
4. I’m presenting articles about Greek life with an open-minded & vibrant (& at the same time, humble & unimposing) approach which Greeks & non-Greeks can identify with & relate to.
As always, all of the posts on of love & roses are a heartfelt celebration of Greek life!!