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The 10 Best Jobs for Teens

Wanna make money without losing your personality? You're bound to find the perfect part-time job somewhere on this list, or at least get some totally unique ideas for earning cash.

Teen Advice Spotlight10

Teen Q&A: My Friend Has Dangerous Secrets!

Tuesday May 31, 2011
The question: My friend has started to trust me with secrets about how she has sex with college guys and is getting into dangerous prescription drugs. I want to help her see that she's going down a bad path, but I don't want her to hate me for it. I don't know how to be a good friend to her! What do I do?

My answer: Sometimes, the best way to be a good friend is to risk losing the friendship completely. It sounds crazy but it's true. If you want to do the right thing for your friend, you've got to...

Read the rest and give her your own advice!

6 Ideas for Father's Day Gifts

Sunday May 29, 2011
One creative way to start
your dad's day.
June is just around the corner, which means that so is Father's Day.

This year, why not get a jump start on a gift so you're not scrambling around at the last minute?

For the perfect Father's Day gift, you don't need a lot of money - just a little creativity. (And doesn't your dad deserve it?) Here are 6 Inexpensive Fathers' Day Gift Ideas to get your mind working.

And if you've already got the perfect gift idea, share it here!

From the Forum: My Girlfriend's Still in Middle School!

Thursday May 26, 2011
The question: In 2 weeks I'll be going to high school and my girlfriend will still be in middle school. How do you think we can make this work out? Was it a mistake going out now?

My answer: If you and your girlfriend really like each other, then it shouldn't matter much that you'll be going to different schools next year. (Shoot, some couples stay together even if they're not in the same city or state.) Use your school day as a chance to...

Read the rest, and give him your own advice!

Turn Your Room into a Teen Room

Monday May 23, 2011
Is your bedroom decor still the same as it was when you were a kid? Then you don't need me to tell you that it's probably time for an upgrade.

This new Associated Press article has some great tips on where to begin without spending a ton of money. For instance, rather than swapping out all your furniture, adding some new cushions or splurging on just one piece (like a bigger bed) might be all you need to do.

You can also check out 10 Cool Teenage Room Ideas for fast, easy ways to make the atmosphere in your room a little more sophisticated.

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