In Real Life | Nancy's Blog for Teens

In Real Life is for Nancy's teen readers, 13 and older, who have out grown Lily and the other tween books, and need a community of other teen girls who are serious about their faith. This unique blog provides a forum for being real. Teens only are invited to comment. Please read the blog rules below and then check it out! There are also direct links to the 3 most recent blog posts.

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In Real Life

I remind you to rekindle the gift of God that is within you. -- II Timothy 1:6
  • Hey, New Women! Need your help. If you're up for it, read on. I have an opportunity to propose some non-fiction books for -- wait for it ... YOU! My publisher wants to see some ideas from me for the older middle school and high school girl. Yeah, awesome, right? I'm, like, salivating here. The very first thing I thought of was coming to you for a list of the kinds of things you'd like to see me write about in a non-fiction book. I've already done The Whole Guy Thing (if you don't have a copy of that, why...

  • Hey, New Women! And welcome SARAH BETH, our newest "graduate" from the Tween You and Me blog. AMELIA did a great job of explaining the basics. We operate pretty much the same way we do on the tween blog, except that here: * We go into subjects more deeply * We talk about music when it fits with what we're doing * We allow a little more "chatting" because by now everybody has learned how to do that without stepping on toes and going off on random tangents. We all want you to feel comfortable here, so of course, if...

  • Good morning, New Women. I don't know about you, but to me it feels really good to be back in a rhythm, going about my daily round in a normal way again. Okay ... maybe "normal" is too strong a word, but MY normal, anyway. Festivals were designed by God way back when -- it was, like, the Law for the Israelites to observe certain feast days (or even weeks .. that's what I'M talkin about!), but they were set at specific times during the year, and the rest of the days were for a balance of work and rest....

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