By Teen Blogger, Theertha | "Many of us have seen or heard the word “mandala” before, whether it be in a painting, novel, or colouring book. To some, it may look like a bunch of circles, triangles, or religious shapes and symbols. But to others, and in reality, it is YOUR sacred circle that tells your story and a lot about you."
By Teen Blogger, Jood | If you're anything like me, you probably wonder a lot. Every day as I do my makeup I wonder: "Where did this come from? What does this mean? Why is this still a thing?" So, for all of us makeup lovers (or just people who are curious about makeup), I’ve decided to do some research and give you a brief timeline on the history of makeup.
By Teen Blogger, Theertha | "Did you know that your heart is a lifeline to all your organs, making sure that every single one of them works properly? Probably. But, do you know what goes on inside of your heart, and how it helps your other organs work?" Celebrate Science Literacy Week with Teen Volunteer Theertha, as she explores the human heart.
This month on It Came From The Second Floor, Episode 15....we're serving you, in three parts: Scarves Aren't Cringe, Aces of Spades, and "I Love His Movies, Except for that Nervous Guy Who's Always in Them."
By Teen Blogger, Hana | "I've always had a love for ballet even though I only took a couple of classes when I was younger. I stopped because I was not as flexible as I should have been and found going to practice quite painful. Nevertheless, I've always admired the art form and, in a way, feel like ballet is a part of who I am."
By Teen Blogger, Theertha | "Growing plants and taking care of them can seem intimidating, but recently I've discovered some plants that don’t require much attention at all! Over the last year or so, I’ve become a plant lover (quite unexpectedly) and found caring for them to be really beneficial and fun."
By Teen Bloggers, Theertha and Sally | "Morgan let out a sigh as she heard the arrangements of the groups for an upcoming project. She was stuck with Oliver, the resident jock, and Evak, the new kid. Her eyes met with one of her friends, Juliette, who just so happened to be paired with two of their other friends, much to Morgan’s dismay."
By Teen Blogger, Sally | "This past year has come with its fair share of challenges, and as another summer during a pandemic is upon us, I'm hopeful that we will be able to do some of our "normal" activities soon. But in the meantime, I have various fun ideas that can be done safely both indoors and out."
Written by Janey, Teen Volunteer | "I was recommended the book They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera, which I had heard was incredibly melancholy. I was just desperate to read a book that would capture my attention, and this book certainly achieved that."
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