March 29, 2018
A Moment With: Bella Grace New Generation + Win a Free Issue
Meet Bella Grace’s little sister.
Bella Grace is thrilled to present its new sister-title: Bella Grace New Generation, featuring the same inspirational content you love about Bella Grace, but geared toward young women ages 12 to 19.
At New Generation, we believe:
- Being unique is a powerful thing
- We are all beautiful and strong in many different ways
- Kindness is underrated
- We are all here to do great things
- We each have a story to tell
Small enough to throw in a backpack or beach bag, with pages of interactive journal prompts just asking to be written on, this magazine is perfect for inspiring your daughter, granddaughter, niece, or sister.
You won’t find any outside advertising or photoshopped images of models or celebrities. Just inspirational words and photographs, many by teen writers and photographers, as well as tips and techniques for balancing the demands of the everyday girl.
Keep reading for details on how to enter our FREE magazine giveaway!
Inside The Premier Issue:
- How to claim your individuality in a world where so many want nothing more than to fit in
- Suggestions for creating a healthy relationship with social media
- How to lift up other girls
- 6 ways to ignite your creative side
- 40 comforting thoughts from women who have been there too
Here’s a sneak peek:
Running from class to class, thinking about the future, navigating a distraction-filled world — sometimes life just never seems to slow down. We’ve listed some simple, tangible tips for teens on how to stay present.
Everyone deals with insecurities over their body, but we’re here to remind you that the world is filled with beautiful people of all shapes and sizes. Our editors share their top tips for building a better body image.
One of those slow summer vacation days turns into a journey with an unexpected discovery for Katarena Jenson in “Finding Your Own Adventure.”
Singer-songwriter Hayley Solano paints a portrait of a girl who knows deep down that she’s different. But maybe being different is okay. In fact, maybe being unique is the best thing to be.
In “The Kindness of Teenagers,” a high school teacher shares a story of teenage compassion that’s impossible to forget.
If you know someone in this age group who might be interested, please help us spread the word about New Generation. It’s a much-needed publication for young women and aspiring writers and photographers, and it wouldn’t be possible without the support of our kindreds.
We’re also accepting submissions for the next issue! Click here for more details.