Posts tagged "Teen Fresh"

Weekend Fresh!



Happy weekends, loves!

Because It’s Monday

Happy Monday!

Ok, so it’s Monday and Thanksgiving break is creeping up. Well, while you wait here’s a dose of motivation.

Kendrick Lamar – I Love Myself


Fresh Flow!














Monday Motivation!


Daily Blog, Latest | by — April 29, 2013

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“Ever since we were little, we were so on fire for our dreams. We never let anyone blow our flames out.” -Kelly Rowland



“Never give up on your dream… because you never know what the Lord can bless you with.”
-Kelly Rowland


“To achieve anything great in life you must be willing to make a sacrifice.” -Kelly Rowland

*Tuesday Tunes*

Good morning Fly Girls!

It’s time to kick off your morning right with Tuesday Tunes! Check out cutie Trevor Jackson’s new song “Like We Grown”


*Monday Motivation*


Daily Blog, Latest | by — February 25, 2013

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“It’s about focusing on the fight and not the fright.” – Robin Roberts


“There is no magical reason why I am where I am. And there is absolutely no reason why you can’t be where you want to be. If it can happen for me, it can happen for you, too. And it would be a privilege for me to help you get there.”
-Robin Roberts


“Now I don’t put things in the boxes anymore. I’m just focusing on right now.” – Robin Roberts

*Monday Motivation*

“I wasn’t a cheerleader or the prom queen. I don’t move through the world with a mirror in front of my face, and I’ve never been attracted to projects that had an emphasis on what I look like.” -Michael Michele


“I choose to be more prepared than I’m expected to be.” – Michael Michele


“I’m going to be who I am. And if you find it offensive, if you find it to be too tough, I’m not going to lose any sleep over it.” -Michael Michele


“My mother used to say, If other people have a problem with you, that’s their problem. It’s not your problem. I still have that philosophy today.” -Michael Michele

Time To Chow Down!


Finance, Latest | by — January 7, 2013

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5…4…3…2…1…Take off! That is what the beginning g of your day feels like until you get to unwind from a hard day of school and practice late in the evening. Going nonstop is not only exhausting but can tear down your health if you’re not eating right. You’re on a budget and need some healthy snacks to keep your fuel going to get through to two tests and cheerleading practice. No, worries check out 5 healthy snacks for under 5 dollars…

Fruit– Yes, fruits are one of the healthiest and affordable snacks to throw in your bag and go. Either buying a bag of apples or a bunch of grapes at the beginning of the week or just buying a new fruit daily in the café, they are both filling and you do not have to worry about going over your budget for it.- $0.99- $2.99

Smoothies– Ok, so fruit is a little too boring for your taste! Ok so time to blend! Just gather either 2 or 3 of your fave fruits,veggies,ice and create a smoothie. You would be surprised how full you would get off a good ole’ smoothie. $4.50-$5.00

Nuts- Walnuts, Peanuts, cashews…all you can snag under 5 dollars. Toss a bag or a can in your bag and you will make it through the day without starving but will are keep your heart ,hair and nails healthy. Also they contain tons of protein. – $0.99-$3.50

Whole Wheat Pretzels- Time to start crunching and grab for the bag of pretzels! Pretzels not only fit in you price range but whole grain pretzels add fiber to your diet. Fiber is important for a healthy digestive system, and most teens don’t get enough -$1.50-$4.00

Trail Mix-If you need a mixture grab or even make trailmix. You can just blend one cup each of two different whole grain cereals, like whole grain Cheerios and Shredded Wheat. Add one cup of mixed nuts and one-half cup of raisins or other dried fruits-$3.50- $5.00

-C.O.R.E Family

*Talent Spotlight*

Good Morning Fresh Girls!

C.O.R.E Mag gives a HUGE congrats to Olympic Gold Medalist, Gabrielle Douglas.

At the tender age of 16 Gabby has reached her goal in earning GOLD medals in both the individual and team all-around competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Douglas is the first African-American and first woman of color in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion, and the first American gymnast to win gold in both the individual all-around and team competitions at the same Olympics


Check out her journey to the Olympics!

2012 Olympic Trail Routine