Trinny and Susannah said "Don't believe that the only way you can feel better about yourself is by losing weight or cosmetic surgery. You can change how you look today by learning how to show off your best assets and disguise the ones you don't like" (What you wear can change your life). Check out these tips on how to dress your body shape from sheknows.com.
Check out the Bella website - it's based on the premise that every girl is beautiful and strong in her own way. They publish a quarterly magazine too.
Did you know that helping others makes you feel happier? And what better place to start than home. Why don't you surprise your folks by emptying the dishwasher before you're asked (contrary to popular belief, the dishes don't get in and out on their own and there is no such thing as the dishwasher fairy). They will be impressed by your initiative and helpfulness. They may also be more willing to part with some cash or give you a lift next time you ask.
If you haven't got anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. This is true for all kinds of sharing - if you don't have anything nice to tweet or post then don't type anything at all. Let's put good vibes out there.
The Kid's Helpline website has some helpful information about exam stress. I like their idea to give yourself mini rewards once you achieve your study goals, such as watching an episode of your favourite Television show or going for a run. I see running as a form of torture so I'd be going for a walk.
Check out the Reachout.com campaign There's Life After Year 12 Exams. There are lots of short video clips of celebrities and public figures talking about their year 12 and life experiences.
Did you know? 95% of Australians don't eat enough fruit and vegetables.
The 11th-17th October is National Nutrition Week. Check out the Nutrition Australia website for recipes and more information.