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Staying Connected

Staying Connected By Mikayla Carroll The chaos of the world has a way of making us feel more alone, even with all the platforms that now...

Senior Year: A Year of Firsts and Lasts

Teen Talk Senior Year: A Year of Firsts and Lasts By Mikayla Carroll             With a new school year starting and the...

A Novice Traveler

Teen Talk A Novice Traveler By Mikayla Carroll If I could change one thing about myself, I would immediately change my lack of travel experience. There’s something...

This Summer

Teen Talk This Summer By Mikayla Carroll Something that dawned on me recently: while this year I wished my classmates and teachers a great summer, next year,...

Competition

Teen Talk Competition By Mikayla Carroll             All throughout elementary school, I was told I was considered to be among the best...

Certain About the Uncertainty

Teen Talk Certain About the Uncertainty       By Mikayla Carroll A question I’ve been hearing more and more of lately: “Where are you going to college?” These days,...

July/August, 2015 – Staying Productive over the Summer

I feel like I’m constantly trying to spread both productivity and positivity among my peers and even in my Teen Talk articles.

May, 2015 – To My Seniors

This is the happiest time of year. As a senior in high school, I can say these last few months have been the most difficult. Not because of course work or anything like that, but solely because of how close I am to graduating from high school.

April, 2015 – Keeping Up with Motivation

It’s that point in the school year that it’s so close to the end of the year that I can almost touch it. I’ve recently been making lists in order to keep up with everything I need to attend to so I don’t forget.

March, 2015 – Eat Clean, Be Lean!

As we all know, spring break is just around the corner. It’s finally time to endure the Florida heat, that we already experience on any regular day, but this time the term “it’s spring break” gets to be thrown around in every conversation.