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With all the options available, it can be difficult to determine the right ones for you or the teenager in your life. I know that we cannot possibly cover every issue teens face on this blog, so over the last year, I have sought out other legitimate blogs and sites that are also geared for teenagers that are grounded in the Bible and offer a wealth of sound information for teenagers. Ok, Ok.
I t's a teenage rite of passage to invent new worlds: worlds of the imagination, gangs, cliques and clubs, worlds apart from adults. And then came the internet, where anyone can be anything, a meta-persona of your own choosing. There are hundreds of millions of blogs; a new one is created each second — many by teenagers.
A time to slow down and unwind a little bit, and enjoy your family and friends as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. A big part of this amazing time is gift giving. Continue Reading
For the last five years, the money and media community have met at FinCon Expo to discuss ongoing trends in the world of personal finance. One of the capstones of the conference is The Plutus Awardswhich selects the best blogs in a variety of categories. One key area is personal finance for young adults, which is critical for the future.
So many people want their ideas, problems, concerns, and injustices heard. That is not a bad thing at all, but there is a difference between making change and just making noise! Here are a few ways that we can encourage teenagers and ourselves to make more than just noise.
Hey, girl! Today, I am giving you my top 6 favorite lifestyle and fashion blogs for teens. This is seriously THE blog for girl power, motivation, slaying your goals, and having a champion mindset.
Believe me, this is no easy task, especially in a city like New York. But enough about me! There are plenty of other millennials refusing to settle when it comes to their happiness.
Blogging is something that all ages can engage in young and old. Many teens do it on a personal level not for profit and increasingly schools are using blogs in their curriculums as part of their assessment methods. I know of a few teens who are making pocket money levels of income from blogging and think this will become more common.