DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Letter From Editor -

he fall months —Septem­ber - De­cem­ber are my fa­vorite time of the year. joy of a new school year was al­ways cou­pled with new clothes, shoes and a new book bag. It was al­ways a fresh start to im­prove grades and cre­ativ­ity. The Ro­mans had it right, by num­ber­ing it the 7th month.

If you were a movie star, what would you do be­tween takes? Many celebs pull out a good book when they’re not so­cial­iz­ing with their co-stars! Ever won­der which one your fa­vorite celeb en­joys? Take a look at the list be­low to see if they’re into ro­mance nov­els, po­etry or even thrillers! She has per­formed in movies based offffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff of books, but in real life, she is a fan of “When You Are En­gulfed in Flames” by David Sedaris which is ac­tu­ally an emo­tional col­lec­tion of es­says! looks for ad­vice in her fa­vorite book en­ti­tled “Some Love, Some Pain, Some­time” which was given to her by her fifth-grade teacher! Halle and her teacher are still friends to this day. Harry Styles of One Di­rec­tion also en­joys a good clas­sic. He likes“To Kill A Mock­ing­bird” by Harper Lee.

Notes Live duet with On Jan­uary 31, 2015, Brown was found face down in a bath­tub in her Ge­or­gia home. Doc­tors placed Brown in a med­i­cally in­duced coma and July 26, 2015 she died in hos­pice care, at the age of 22. Sev­eral prom­i­nent celebri­ties of­fered their con­do­lences, in­clud­ing Chris Brown and Oprah Win­frey. Fu­neral ser­vices were held Au­gust 1, 2015 at St. James United Methodist Church in Al­pharetta, Ge­or­gia. Brown was buried two days later on Au­gust 3, 2015, next to her mother at Fairview Ceme­tery in West­field, New Jersey. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob­bi_Kristi­na_Brown

3.Af­firm your­self in five min­utes. Af­fir­ma­tions are spo­ken words of pos­i­tiv­ity to your­self. They can set the tone of your mood for your busy day and help you face it with self-as­sur­ance even in the midst of chal­lenges. Your words to your­self are just as power filled as the words from oth­ers who en­cour­age you in your en­deav­ors. Your words can push you to shine, so up­lift your­self with an in­spir­ing one each morn­ing. Take five and af­firm your gifts and tal­ents, and the essence of who you are.

7.Learn or ex­pe­ri­ence some­thing new in five min­utes. Learn a statis­tic, a new word in another lan­guage, a poem, a quote by a fa­mous hu­man­i­tar­ian. Or ex­pe­ri­ence some­thing new such as tast­ing an ex­otic del­i­cacy. This will not only make you more knowl­edge­able, but deepen your un­der­stand­ing about the world.

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