Real Teens Talk

Real Teens Talk: Fame and Celebrity

In the first in an ongoing series, we asked our Everly Mag Ambassadors* to tell us their thoughts about fame and celebrity. “Nowadays, [fame] is a lot different.  It now means having a high following or being looked up to by people of all ages.  It’s not important for me to be famous, but just to […]

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Contributor Post

What Makes You Beautiful?

This essay was written by our summer Writing Intern, Kate. One of the most devastating insults I have ever received came from a cute little eight-year-old at summer camp. My friends and I were in that awkward pre-teen stage of being just too old to be cute and still too young to be “big kids”, […]

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Advice

7 Fun Ways to Stay Active This Month

This essay was written by our summer Writing Intern, Kate. Working out can be a hassle as it is, and with the summer heat, getting up to go to the gym or go on a run can feel like a gargantuan task. Slogging away on a treadmill or elliptical machine is probably the last thing […]

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Contributor Post, Lifestyle, Stress

Learn to Love Being Alone

This article was written by Everly Mag intern, Londyn. Sometimes I really think I need a break from others and I like to do things alone. When I was younger, I always thought it was weird when I saw people doing things alone, but now I understand. I really value my time alone, and just […]

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Interview

Greg Marks Talks About His Music and His Role in Chicken Girls

Greg Marks is an upcoming musician who also plays the character Henry on the Brat web series Chicken Girls Everly Mag talked to Greg all about his music, Chicken Girls, and his experience on social media.   Everly Mag: Tell us a little about your background.  How did you get started in music and acting?  How did […]

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Review

Review: A Girl Named Jo

This review was written by Everly Mag intern Bridget. The online production company Brat is famous for their shows featuring young actors, YouTubers, and other influencers. All of their series are posted online on their YouTube channel to watch for free. You have probably heard of some of their extremely popular shows such as “Chicken […]

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Fashion

5 Amazingly Convenient Online Shopping Apps

This article was written by Everly Mag Intern Bridget. I don’t know about you, but online shopping (even if I don’t end up buying anything in my cart) is definitely one of my guilty pleasures. Recently as I have been traveling and spending more time on my phone and less on my computer, I have started […]

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Celebrities, Contributor Post, Inspiration, music, Singer, teen, Theater, Uncategorized, United States

Hamilton: Why We Need to Tell Our Stories

This article was written by our Everly Mag Intern, Connor Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS FOR HAMILTON AHEAD! When Lin Manuel Miranda first saw the musical Rent, “a light bulb went off [in his head] and it was like ‘oh, you can write a musical that’s about you, about your life.’” That’s exactly what he set out to do with his first […]

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Contributor Post

5 Reasons You Should Study Abroad in College

This article was written by our Everly Mag intern, Bridget. If you are considering studying abroad during your college years and have the means to do so, I would definitely suggest it. College is the perfect time to travel where it won’t be interfering with work and you won’t be spending an exorbitant amount of money. […]

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Contributor Post

Growing Up in the Social Media Age

Our Everly Mag Writing Leaders were asked to think about their social media journey. We asked them when they started using social media, which sites they use, and how their experience with social media been. We also asked our Writing Leaders to think critically about how social media could be improved, what life would be like without […]

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School

How to Avoid Senioritis in High School

This article was written by Everly Mag Intern Bridget. As I enter my senior year of college and reflect on my years of schooling, I remember that feeling of dread I felt each year as the summer came to a close. By my senior year of high school I was so mentally drained from school and […]

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