Archive | March, 2014

Friday Faves: John Green’s Next Movie, The Best Books For Spring, and More!

TGIF! The weekend is finally here and the Choices magazine/TeenBeing team has rounded up our picks for the best of this week’s web. Check out our Friday Faves!

1. A mall in Gastonia is considering banning teenagers from shopping without adults. The mall passed out flyers and took to social media to present expectations for teenage customers, including “no running” and “no yelling or bad language.” According to the mall’s management, this kind of behavior has disrupted the mall’s family-friendly environment, and if teens don’t clean up their act, the mall will implement a policy where anyone under 21 cannot shop without a chaperone.

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Friday Faves: First Look At ‘The Giver’ Movie, Teen’s Hockey Wish Comes True, and More!

TGIF! The weekend is finally here and the Choices magazine/TeenBeing team has rounded up our picks for the best of this week’s web. Check out our Friday Faves below!

1. The first trailer for The Giver was released this week! Based on Lois Lowry’s award-winning children’s novel, the movie hits theaters in August. You might remember the plot from your middle school reading list.

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Friday Faves: Teen Cooks Up World Record, Teachers Read Tweets About Themselves, and More!

TGIF! The weekend is finally here and the Choices magazine/TeenBeing team has rounded up our picks for the best of this week’s web. Here, our Friday Faves:

1. A Rhode Island teen named Ben Perry, 18, is attempting to clock 40 hours in the kitchen to break the Guinness World Record for longest time spent cooking. All of the food he prepares will be donated to those in need. Check out our April issue for a story about the benefits of teen cooking, which includes this delicious veggie mockos (mock tacos) recipe!

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Best. Interview. Ever.

The following post is by guest blogger and Choices TV host, Berna Anat. For more epic life advice, check out her website. Would you believe me if I said I had one follow-up question that’ll basically guarantee you the job? Or that the way you sit could be the reason they hire you? Check out the video below with my best tried-and-true interview advice, and read on for even more tips. ) There are so many more excellent tips I’d love to share so you can use them to crush […]

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Friday Faves: What You Need to Know About the New SAT, How to Overcome Performance Anxiety, and More!

TGIF! The weekend is finally here and the Choices magazine/TeenBeing team has rounded up our picks for the best of this week’s web. 1. Scientists are discovering more and more about the danger of fat in the body. This new study found how excess fat can damage the brain. The good news is that exercise can help. Dr. Alexis Stranahan, the researcher who oversaw the study, has some advice: “Get out and move.” We couldn’t agree more. 2. We love this teen’s essay on how she got over her fear of […]

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