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. Most are probably adolescent doodlings, some may be undiscovered gems. And then there are the blogs which — usually with a fair bit of luck - suddenly set the blogosphere abuzz. Such blogs from all over the world although most commonly the US attract tens, sometimes hundreds, of thousands of readers a month.
Even if someone had it all figured out, this would be a challenge. With most of us losing access to some of our best tools to keep us sane - being with friends, going to parks, working and routine - there are a lot of tools that can help us build resilience right now and for the future. Are you bored to tears with SIP and miss breaking a sweat? Do you miss your athletics and feeling fit?
Are you a teenager looking for awesome teenage advice? Here are the 10 best blogs for teenagers to follow that are actually useful! Hopefully after reading this, you end up finding your favorite blog or at least some valuable resources for your future.
For my middle schooler, the idea is We live in a world that invokes anxiety in even the most tranquil souls. A pandemic, social isolation, social media, job insecurity… the last 12 months alone have gone beyond the average social drama. Current reality is so far beyond the imaginable that even soap