Madi Proved She Could Play Football

Ever since I was little, I have always been playing sports. The only difference with me was that I didn’t like the regular sports girls did. I always liked what the boys played. Instead of playing softball, I always played baseball. Instead of being a cheerleader, I played football. It took a long time to  [Read More]

Natasha is Graduating with an Automotive Technology Degree

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I grew up around a bunch of boys.  Tomboy if you will.  I always took “Girls CAN’T ….” as a personal challenge.  In High School, I tried out for the Varsity Football team and MADE IT!  (I have pics if you like) Now.. I stand all of 5’3″ and in HS, weighed 110 lbs.  I  [Read More]

Brittany And Jade Want To Try Out For Football

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My name is Brittany and me and my friend Jade are going to try to get on the football team at school.  Jade already tried last year but they told her no because she was a girl.  I didn’t know her then but I get where she is coming from.  I tried to get on  [Read More]

A Great Resource for Scholarships And Internships

The following is a guest post from Christina Alex who is filling in for me while I am in Nashville recording an album with my band. Please check out her site at Christina Alex is a writer, speaker and licensed master’s level social worker with a passion for inspiring teens to pursue their dreams.

Check out this great blog written by Callie Herd with tons of scholarships and summer internship opportunities in fields ranging from media/journalism to science and nursing. There’s something for everyone.

I’m Collete Davis, I’m 16, and I’m a Mechanic.


Hi, my name is Collete Davis. I’m 16 years old with some pretty big dreams. I’m a senior at Fountain Fort Carson High School and am currently going to Pikes Peak Community College for my automotive class as well. Whenever I tell people that I’m a mechanic, most of them (mainly the guys) laugh and  [Read More]

You’re Never Too Young To Create Your Own Job

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The following is a guest post from my friend Marci who is filling in for me while I am in Nashville recording an album with my band. Please check out her site at It’s full of great information on keeping clutter out of your life and focusing on what really matters.

A couple years ago, when our daughter Dallas was 4 or 5, she started to get the concept that stores are full of cool stuff. Cool stuff that can go home with you and all you have to do is give the store some cash or a little plastic card. This started the “I want that” phase. Instead of telling her a flat out “no” when she would beg to have whatever caught her eye that day, we decided to make this a teachable moment. My husband and I would say “Great! Where’s your money?” At first, there was the confused look. Then, the mad look because she realized she had no money. “How am I supposed to get money!” she would cry. We would answer “Earn it.”

Nashville, Here We Come!

As you read this, I am in the final preparations for one of my biggest dreams. Tomorrow morning, my band and I will be headed to Nashville to record our first album. I say “one of” because it’s just one of several things I want to do in my life. I have a lot of dreams, don’t you?

Katie Appreciates Your Support in Wrestling

I joined wrestling just a little while ago and some people have told I can’t or should not wrestle. But so far I have have been doing well in the sport, and I hope to keep wrestling for a long time. Thanks for your support!!! It has really helped me.

Briana Dreams of Sharing Music

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Hey. I’m Briana. (friend of Jamie who is also on this site) I’m 17 and I’m a singer/songwriter. I play guitar, piano, bass, saxophone, and I’m learning drums as of Christmas. I have a passion for music and expression. If you somehow effect my life, you effect my music. I once wrote a song in a coffee shop while listening to another musician that inspired. I don’t even know his name or what he looks like because he had a hat on. That’s how little you have to know me to be apart of the music I share with people.