In this issue of Teen Breathe, dare to daydream and boost your imagination, let the real you flourish by breaking free from the flock, and embrace the freedom of putting pen to paper. Overcome the pressure to be perfect, and set strategies to succeed and achieve your goals. Plus, find out how to make a quirky plant from a pineapple top, and learn about the group of girls pushing past stereotypes in order to change our world.
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