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Cool Kid Spotlight: Nia Bakari

At 9 years old, Nia Bakari is one of  the youngest hosts on BlogTalkRadio.  She is quite an inspiring young lady and is off to a running start with her show, which launched just this month. Nia was kind of enough to answer a few questions about her program and what’s up next for her.…

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Prom Shoes For A Spring Colored Dress

Nobody wants to look tacky at prom, which means nobody should be overdone either. At the other end of the spectrum, on the other hand, is the risk of looking drab. A formal event does not always mean you have to be in neutral earth colors. You can wear a spring-themed color dress with polished…

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Skipping School To Take A Family Holiday

Saving Money While Holidaying During School Term Everyone needs a holiday, and a break from the stresses and strains of daily life. The traditional family holiday in the summer term break is slowly becoming a luxury rather. Travel costs have increased and in periods of high demand in other industries you see costs driven down…

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Top Young Adults And Teens of 2013

Fame should come with age—but it seems that the youth are ruling the world. Fame can overwhelm anyone, but it seems that these teenagers—at least most of them—have not shied from the spotlight. Gabby Douglas Gabby Douglas is the U.S. Individual All-Round champion for the 2012 Olympics.  She is the first African American to take…

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Is Rap Music Too Explicit For High School Dances?

Teenagers of latest generations are seeming to grow up faster and faster. Relationships, pregnancies, and maturity levels. Keeping kids young and out of trouble is a very vital key to having successful adults out of them. What happens in their schools while growing up as a teenager might be one the most reflective time of…

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Talking To Your Kids About Debt

In the past most parents did not talk to their children about money matters. Parents might have been afraid to talk to their kids about their financial situation because they didn’t feel confident about it themselves. They wanted to protect their child’s innocence for as long as they could, which is likely what their parents…