Category Archives: Teen Life

3 Untold Challenges of Teen Pregnancy for Girls

3 Untold Challenges of Teen Pregnancy for Girls

It seems like the media had changed its narrative of teen pregnancy over the past decade. Once portrayed as the ultimate mistake that an adolescent girl could make, teen pregnancy today is borderline glamorized, with reality shows and YouTube channels portraying it as almost no big deal at all. Talking about teen pregnancy is tricky.… Continue Reading

How to Make Money as a Teenager!

How to Make Money as a Teenager!

So your allowance (if you get one) is not enough and you want to make more money. Don’t we all? While some of you can’t work yet until you hit a certain age, there are still other ways to get some extra cash. Read my wonderful list to see what kinds of jobs you can… Continue Reading

College Hacks Every Student Should Know

College Hacks Every Student Should Know

The college experience often consists of living on a very tight budget, staying up late and struggling to make it that 8am class on time. With so many new aspects of adulthood to juggle, it’s important to learn some shortcuts to optimize your day. Whether you’re going to online college, living on campus or studying… Continue Reading

Homework Tips for Teenagers

Homework Tips for Teenagers

  Even though there are very few teens in the world that enjoy doing homework, it still exists, teachers still assign it, and above all, it still needs to be done! It also seems that nowadays high school and college students have more homework than ever before, which makes them overwhelmed, especially when you take… Continue Reading

5 Ways to Avoid Stress as a Teenager

5 Ways to Avoid Stress as a Teenager

by Gianella Ghiglino They say your teen years are the best years of your life. You are young, carefree, and have all the energy in the world. However, they forget to mention all the stress with school, hormones, crushes, and peer pressure. I, however, will say your teen years are for the most part pretty… Continue Reading

How To Get Over A Breakup and a Broken Heart

How To Get Over A Breakup and a Broken Heart

Dealing with a breakup and a broken heart is not easy. It’s normal to feel heartbroken and lost, but it’s important to give yourself time to heal. Ever heard of, “no feeling is final?” It’s TRUE. The next few weeks  of your life will feel like they’re going by so slowly and every song you… Continue Reading

Dear High School Self

Dear High School Self

Dear High School Self, Hello my friend. I see you will be graduating in the spring. You’ve had trials, drama and success the last few years. I know you still aren’t quite sure where you fit or what part you will play in life. Be patient, it will reveal itself along the way. It has been… Continue Reading

Becky G Joins Yoobi to Donate School Supplies to Thousands of Students

Becky G Joins Yoobi to Donate School Supplies to Thousands of Students

Inglewood native Becky G and Yoobi joined forces to donate thousands of school supplies to every single elementary school student from the Inglewood Unified School District, over 7,800 kids! The Yoobi Give Event took place at the Frank D. Parent Elementary School in Inglewood where Becky spoke to kids during a morning assembly, inspiring them… Continue Reading

How to Handle Your First Kiss!

How to Handle Your First Kiss!

So you’ve never kissed a guy…but you’ve watched kissing scenes on TV and almost every movie and it looks pretty easy. But remember, those scenes are absolutely rehearsed! Watching someone kiss doesn’t mean you know how. First kisses can be awkward but they don’t have to be. Follow this wonderful guide to handle your FIRST… Continue Reading

Need a Scholarship? There’s an App for That! Interview with Scholly Founder Christopher Gray

Need a Scholarship? There’s an App for That! Interview with Scholly Founder Christopher Gray

College application season is in full swing.  One of the biggest questions on students’ (and parents’) minds besides where they’ll be enrolled this time next year is how they’re going to pay for it all.  Unfortunately, many families cannot afford to pay for college out of pocket and their institution of choice can’t provide adequate aid. The… Continue Reading