Saturday, January 29, 2011

What will happen when I'm not a teen anymore?

Many people have asked me including myself what I will do once I turn 20. And it's a good question. Will Truth from a Teen end when I'm not a teen anymore, or will it be a beginning to a new era of blogging for me?

Who knows?

I was thinking to myself today of whether or not I held regrets that I named it Truth from a "Teen". And I came to the conclusion that I actually didn't. I can't hold on to it with the tightest grasp, or else it won't be fun and interesting. I know my whole mission is to get a TEEN'S voice heard, so why shouldn't I just let it go?

So, on July 8th, 2015, the day before I turn 20 years old- I will make my last post before I'm not a teen anymore, while ushering in a new era of Truth from a Teen.

Just because I'm not a teen anymore, doesn't mean the truth from a teen doesn't exist.

After (or maybe even before) July 8th, 2015, Truth from a Teen won't just be ONE teen's perspective of life, but it will be a website where millions of teens all around the world will be able to share their true opinion of anything they wish. The blog that won't only be mine, but every teen's in the world. A chance to publicly or anonymously share your VOICE to the entire world.

Because even after I'm not a teen anymore, I will still follow the same belief that the voice of a teen should ring through all corners of the world.

We are the future, and we have the ability to change the world once a foundation is set to empower us. I believe that foundation comes through the power of words, and those words are what I see as the future of TFAT.

-That's the TFAT.


  1. You know, I like the way you think. We're so dependent on sites like Facebook or Twitter, when what we really need for the youth of the world is a website that will better us- like what you're saying with the future of truth from a teen. Keep it up bro, never give up.


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