Recently, I had the opportunity to review BYOU Magazine. BYOU Magazine is a self-esteem magazine for “tween” girls. The magazine has several articles and sections focused on fun and entertainment, while empowering tweens to become self-assured and a positive role model in the future.
There is information on other tweens and teens and how they make an impact in their communities and schools. There are sections with crafts, jokes, puzzles, beauty tips, Q&A’s, and all kinds of other stories… all uplifting and affirming. There is also a large section with celebrity role-models– role-models you WANT your tweens to look up to. The issue I received had Olivia Holt on the cover, as well as two mini-posters of Olivia that included affirming messages on them… perfect for hanging in a locker or on a bedroom wall.
Inside is chock-full of useful information– it never preaches or talks down to the girls, but is positive and uplifting. I enjoyed reading it, especially the section on inspiring women and the article on Jessica Ekstrom (Headbands of Hope) whom I met at Bloggy Con this year.
I highly encourage you to check it out if you have tween girls. Everyone deserves healthy self-esteem… and starting young is the best way!
Each issue includes:
- Interviews with celebrities, including pull-out posters
- Self-esteem tips
- Articles on real life issues– friendships, self-esteem, beauty, bullies, and everything else
- Real girls who are making a difference
- Stories, quotes, tips– all with the purpose of promoting and fostering self-esteem
- Crafts, jokes, puzzles, quizzes, and horoscopes
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I received a complimentary issue of BYOU Magazine in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion and review. Information and picture used with permission.
I’ve heard this is a wonderful magazine. But never had the chance to look through one.
I really enjoyed it– obviously, it was geared to a tween girl, but there was a lot of positive information and interesting articles in it. I even got some ideas for crafts for the place where I volunteer at!