From Emma Watson’s newest initiative for #HeForShe to Always’ empowering #LikeAGirl ad during the Super Bowl, the past few weeks have been all about girl power. On the very same note, we’re proud to introduce our newest title, Girls Life, now available in your Next Issue app.
Girls’ Life (GL) is one of the top magazines for girls ages 10 to 16. Each issue is packed with real information and advice—from academic success to peer pressure to time-management and stress-relieving tips; from growing up to boosting self-esteem. On the lighter side, Girls’ Life also includes:
- Beauty and fashion features
- Fun and revealing quizzes
- Exclusive celebrity interviews
- Cringe-worthy embarrassing moments
GL has informed and amazed young teen readers for over two decades. Here’s a peek at what you’ll find in the February / March 2015 issue. Just open up your Next Issue app to start reading!
Carol Weston is the author of GirlTalk, and has been GL's "Dear Carol" since the very first issue. Here, she gives advice on everything from boys to friends to parents and more.
With a hit Disney show, an upcoming funny flick, and a singing voice we could listen to all day, Laura Marano is hitting all the right notes.
A Floral Frenzy
On your spring shopping list? Petal-inspired pastels, modern floral prints, and crisp sporty pieces. Seven sunny trends to snap up now.
Lies Girls Need to Stop Telling Their BFFs
Think there are no secrets between besties? Stop lyin' to yourself. Put these friendly fibs to rest once and for all.
The Busy Girl's Guide to Getting Lazy
Regardless of what your insane schedule dictates (or what your parents say), it's actually kind of crucial that you relax on the regular. Here's how.
The Problem with Feminism
The new F-word is taking the world by storm…and causing a whole lot of division.
Instant Energy Upgrades
The long winter's got ya weary? Stop that yawn in its tracks and try these moves to max your mojo. Start now, and you'll be charging into spring like a lion. Let's hear you roar, girl.
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