“Every Young Person Can Change The World”

Chelsea Clinton for Teen Vogue

Chelsea Clinton for Teen Vogue

People use to say that when you are growing up you are in the awkward age. You are half way between a kid and an adult and you cannot think straight. Some adults will tell you that you must to stop to read that stupid teen magazines which only talk about make-up, clothes, hair styles and rock idol stars. That you need: to be focus,  to decide what you want to do with your life, to study hard to get a job the day of tomorrow, to do something productive… Sometimes, adults completely forget what it was to be on the teen skin. Some of them think that ordering to their kids what they have to do with their lives they will have a better live but the truth is that nobody knows which it is going to be the better path for other, not even if it is for your son, your daughter, your child.

The best way to this kids to grown up it is letting them free to decide and, as I am going to show you, letting them to read that teen magazines which sometimes are not so empty in content as some people can think. Because reading them they discover a new world, new inspirations, new role models and new mentors whom can be an example to follow. It is the example of this interview to Chelsea Clinton for Teen Vogue. Who said that girls cannot do the same things as a boy? Who said that a simply girl cannot change the world? #Beinspired #Bethechangethatthisworldneeds

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