Blogs and Websites for Youths to visit

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The internet today is the home of everything ranging from kiddies shows, social media, lifestyle blogs, fashion shows, money making hubs and so on – and this doesn’t seem to ever prompt a call-it-quits (not till Apocalypse, I guess), today we’ve compiled a list of websites and blogs which have proven to be a hub for noesis and wisdom and we advice kids/growing ups to visit for know-hows and information that will help them grow into both responsible and insightful adults in the nearest future.

Blogs for youths to visit

 The web and blogsphere is filled with all sorts these days and fotunately enought, there have been a certain number of ones who has been working over time and being towards growing the youths through the usage of the nednews and information as a way of educating the youngs of today and developing them into the well-prepared and already made men and women of tomorrow and we’ve decided to cover some of the ones we’ve seen their notable work.

1. Voices of Youths (by UNICEF)

This blog developed by the UNICEF is a gathering of youths from all around the world

Voices of Youth is UNICEF’s global online community for young people who want to learn more about issues affecting their world. VOY is a vibrant community of youth bloggers from all over the world, offering inspiring, original insight and opinion on a variety of topics.

2. CPYU

About Blog Helping parents, youth workers, educators, pastors and others understand and reach today’s youth culture

3. Life Hack

Thought not necessarily a youth blog, it was developed by Leo Ho in 2005 to help as many people as possible live a fulfilling life, and we included it in the list because – well, who doesn’t want to study from the university of life after all?

4. Success

SUCCESS is your guide for personal and professional development through inspiration, motivation and training.

5. Indian Youth 

Indian Youth is an open platform by the youth to connect with the young Indians to discuss problems , News, Issues India facing today and their solutions but even without being Indian, there is always something to learn from what’s being done, right?

6. Crugit

Out blog is a social learning and information rendering platform that focuses on educating the masses, proffering answers to questions of the young ones and a source for noesis for the youths and growing ups.

7. Her Life On Purpose 

Her Life On Purpose is a wellness and lifestyle blog for women ran by Ebony, who describes herself as ‘a God Fearing wife and mother who is rocking my journey in life’.
The blog basically centers around wellness of individuals especially women and giving them a reason to shine even in the dark.

8. Brilliant Read

Brilliant Read is one of the Leading Online Magazines and a Digital Media Company that publishes the finest content around Personal development, Success Mantras, Interviews, Startup stories, and Entrepreneurship.
Why not come take a scoop of inspiration from the interviews, talks and shows?

Their mission is to empower, transform and motivate our readers and help them unlock their true potential.

 

10. The Black Youth Project

The aim of this blog is to work to empower and uplift through knowledge, voice, and action. This project examines the attitudes, resources, and culture of African American youth, exploring how these factors and others influence their decision-making, norms, and behavior in critical domains such as sex, health, and politics.

12. Your Commonwealth – The Youth Perspective

The blog is one crafted by young people, students and emerging youth leaders which acts as a platform for the voices of young people from Commonwealth countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Americas, Europe and the Pacific to be heard.

Contributors to the blog are usually young adults with ages from 15 – 29.

13. Zen Habit

While this is not a ‘youth blog’ per se, it is a publication run by Leo Babuabua and it your one stop for knowledge and growth hacks for both personal and spiritual development in life.
While reading from the blog appears as though one is reading from a white board filled with black chalk, it actually is less visually appealing but not knowledge wise.

14 Youth Today

Youth Today is a media publication website which adheres to high-quality journalistic standards, providing readers with professional news coverage dedicated to examining a wide spectrum of complex issues in the youth services industry from diversity to community-based youth work.
They publish contents related to :
Youth development, juvenile justice, gang and violence prevention, adolescent health, teen pregnancy, sex and parenting, after-school programs and mentoring, job training and school-to-work and many more.

15. Opportunities For Youth 

This is an informative online portal, created for ambitious young people who have a desire to make an impact in their local communities or the world at large.
Their platform renders study possibilities, scholarships, grants, training & conferences and jobs & internships all in one place and is a unique and useful media providing relevant advice.
Are you the one who needs?

16 Youth Village

Based in South Africa, Youth Village is a youth portal that aims at facilitating for better access to developmental youth information. The portal also aims at addressing relevant to issues they deal with on a daily basis. Our core areas of interest are employment, education, entrepreneurship, youth activism, youth help and social and health awareness.

17. Youth Voices

Youth Voices is an open publishing platform for youths, organized by teachers with support from the National Writing Project.
It’s a platform for young adults to come and share what they care about and for.

18. Directions for Youth & Families Blog

Though not a blog, DFYF provides behavioral health, clinical, prevention and education, outreach, community and home-based services to at-risk families and children in central Ohio. Treatment programs help families build on their strengths by addressing issues, including drug and alcohol abuse, violence, homicide, sexual abuse, family dynamics, parenting, delinquency, diversity and anger management.
Check out their post on Addressing some of the most difficult situations a child might experience.

19. Young Minds Advocacy Blog

About Blog Young Minds Advocacy uses strategic advocacy and communications to help youths and their families access mental health services and supports, and improve mental health system performance and accountability.

20. AMP Global Youth

AMP is a blog that aims to amplify stories, voices and the power of global youth through building a community that works towards raising youth power and strength.

21. We Are Restless

We Are Restless is a blog for young people to have their say on the issues that matter to them.

The blog is grossly contributed to by volunteers, campaigners, staff, and partners of the Restless Development

22. TeenSpeak

Teen Speak is a blog centered on activities occuring around the teen world and how they react to it, it features posts on friendship, sickness, education and so on.

23. TeenVogue

This blog covers celebrity news, politics, fashion, beauty, wellness, lifestyle, and entertainment.

Searching for the latest on Shawn Mendes, Maggie Rogers? you’ll find them here!

24. Potential Magazine

The potential magazine was created to help teens and their parents find tools and other resources that will help with navigating the journey into college, adulthood, and life.

25. Global Citizen

This is the website for a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030. Through our mix of content and events, grassroots organizing and extensive reach through our digital channels, we are building the world’s largest movement for social action. 

26. Teen Librarian Toolbox

Teen Librarian ToolboxAbout Blog Teen Librarian Toolbox is a professional development website for teen librarians, created by Karen Jensen with the mission to help libraries serving teens and to foster a community of professional development and resource sharing by providing quality information, discussions, book reviews and more.

27. Raising Teens  

Tagged ‘A site for parents seeking sanity’
Rasing Teens is blog which focuses on topics that parents experience while raising teenagers.
Their discuss includes about everything from how to talk about sex with your teen to preparing for the physical changes that happen during the adolescent years.
Parenting teens is messy and we feel it is important to voice those challenges that keep mothers and fathers awake at night, this is the place for it.

28. Teen Life Blog

This blogs aids teens (along with their parents and educators) to develop a meaningful personal experience portfolio, no matter the makeup of their individual interests, talents and resources.

29. Teen Entrepreneur

The vision of this blog is to cultivate and promote an entrepreneurial spirit amongst high school learners mainly across South Africa through interactive seminars, workshops, conferences, and exhibitions and updated posts.

30. AIESEC Blog

AIESEC which stands for Association Internationale des Étudiants en Sciences Économiques et Commerciales’ blog is a hub that aims to empower, educate and inspire youths worldwide into becoming world leaders through activities and learning.


Other blogs to check out

Tony Robbins, James Clear, Greatist.com, The Good Men Project, Robin Sharma, Fourhourworkweek.com, Fearless Motivation, MichaelHyatt.com, Exploring Teens

 

The blogs mentioned in the article above might not all be YOUTH BLOGS but are ones that will help youths develop into better individuals and purposeful ones at that.

If there are other blogs you’d recommend young ones to read, we’d love to see them.


1 Comment

  1. Amazing list of websites for young people, nice content, good read and informative.

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