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World Kindness Day

By: Sam T. World Kindness Day was started by the World Kindness Movement in 1998 and is celebrated annually on November 13th. The purpose of World Kindness Day, according to the creators of the World Kindness Movement, is “to highlight good deeds in the community focusing on the positive power and the common thread of…
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Love The Skin You’re In

By: Arya D Acne is probably one of our biggest insecurities these days. At least I know it’s one of mine. I mean, let’s face it; most of us are teenagers with fluctuating hormone levels who are under a lot of stress with school, sports, clubs, family and maintaining a social life. Acne is just…
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Ron Bell Family Foundation Inspirational Leader Award Recipient – Jessica Rao

What it means to me: By Jessica Rao ​My name is Jessica Rao, and I am from Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a first year at Agnes Scott College. In high school, I served as president of the photography club, and am currently in the process of founding a photography club at Agnes Scott. Besides…
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Celebrate Your Roots

By: Sara Munoz Hispanic Heritage Month is a national celebration that begins September 15th and continues into October. This celebration gives not only Hispanics, but  anyone who would like the opportunity to learn a little bit more about the wide varieties of hispanic cultures that exist in the US. No two Latin American countries are…
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Bullying Prevention Month

By: Jessica Rao October is National Bullying Prevention Month! Nation wide, school staff and students are encouraged to participate in acts of bullying prevention/ anti-bullying and post photos or videos of their efforts. Orange is the color of unified support for this cause; Students are encouraged to wear orange on October 23rd. Even though it…
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Words Hurt

By: Rebecca Hughes The summer in between high school and college is a weird time. At least for me. After tirelessly working through summer reading for the past four years, having no schoolwork is a new feeling. With all of this newfound time on my hands, I found myself searching for a new project. That…
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How Girl Talk Helped Me Through My Move

By: Kendall Lipcon I have been a part of Girl Talk since I was in 4th grade….I’m a junior in high school now. Through the years, I have been a camper, counselor, Teen Advisory Board member, and now Ambassador. This past year, my life flipped upside down. I had lived in Georgia for 14 of…
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Self Esteem: Practice Makes Progress

By: Kelsey Sullivan Throughout my whole life, I’ve had to learn a lot about loving myself. I am very different than most girls because of my physical ability. I have been made fun of because my side and my weight and my walking ability. There are countless times that I have had to remind myself…
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11 Ways to Improve your Happiness

By Clancy Claire Perry and Smith Shaw Start each day with a positive thought! Sometimes during life it seems hard to stay positive, but your day can be changed drastically by starting your day with a positive thought. I have found when something is going on in my life that when I wake up finding something…
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Meet Girl Talk’s 2019 National Leader of the Year

We are thrilled to announce that Claudia Qi has been named Girl Talk’s 2019 National Leader of the Year! Claudia is a Girl Talk Ambassador and a Leader of the CHS Girl Talk Chapter in Temecula, CA. We are so proud of Claudia and inspired by her take on leadership, mentorship, service, and authenticity! As…
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Service Projects

by Sydney Bartels, Girl Talk Ambassador Service is defined as the action of helping or doing work for someone or a system supplying public need. Service is something that serves the public in an assisting manner, and serves a good purpose. The definition of service not only explains it as an action to help others,…
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Dealing with Bullies

by Kelsey Sullivan, Girl Talk Ambassador When you’re in school and someone is bullying you, it is very hard to deal with. I dealt with it quite a few times when I was younger. Here are some tips on how to deal with it! I would say having a really good friend on your side…
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Bullet Journaling 101

by Jenna Mains, Girl Talk Ambassador Bullet journaling started to boom in 2018 and is now transitioning into 2019. I started bullet journaling in the beginning of 2018, when I stumbled across countless YouTube and Instagram accounts that focused on bullet journaling. I have always loved stationery and anything that has to do with being…
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Senior Year: Where Did the Time Go?

by Sydney Bartels, Girl Talk Ambassador When I first arrived in high school, I never anticipated that it would just disappear so quickly. Like most teens who watched High School Musical, we all expected it to be fun and games, and have random bursts of song (which, I mean, has happened at my school, with…
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Body Positivity: Practice Makes Progress

by Sydney Bartels, Girl Talk Ambassador As summer rapidly approaches, body shaming becomes huge. But why? Body shaming just allows others to be harmful and cruel when there is no need to be. As an alternative, body positivity becomes a crucial part in standing up for yourself. So, what is body positivity? Body Positivity is…
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Meet Girl Talk’s 2019 Natural Life Give, Love, Laugh Scholarship Winner

We are so proud and honored to announce that Alyssa Howie has been named Girl Talk’s 2019 Natural Life Give, Love, Laugh Winner! Alyssa is the Leader of the Spencer County Girl Talk Chapter in Fisherville, KY, and we are so inspired by her story! “Girl Talk has opened opportunities for me to find my…
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