Why Teens are a Critical Audience for Writers

A large part of the reason I write for teens is because I am one myself, albeit not for much longer.  (I’m nineteen.)  The ideal audience for my writing has grown up along with me […]

Will I Still Have Time to Write in College?

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If you’re getting close to starting a college career, you might be wondering: how much writing will you have time to do? On one hand, you probably will have time for other things besides homework […]

College Applicant Survival Tips (Part 2)

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Hey friends, I’m back (after falling asleep in the middle of uploading this late last night anyway :P), and as promised, here is the second half of my list of college application tips.  If you […]

College Applicant Survival Tips (Part 1)

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If you’re a highschooler and you’re reading this post, you might be thinking about college.  (If you have other plans, that’s cool too, but as the title indicates, this post is written with those who […]

3 Ways to Save Time (But Please Don’t)

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We can all use more time in our lives, can’t we?  Between school, potentially work, writing, and who knows what other activities, life is busy.  Fortunately, there are ways you can find more time without […]

5 Benefits of Working as a Teen

Some of you probably have a job, while others of you don’t due to your age, health, or other factors.  Perhaps you’re able to get one now, or are just about to turn sixteen, but […]