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Miss O Girl Reporters
A group of savvy girl writers from the Miss O and Friends site, reporting on news and stories relevant to girls between the ages of 9-16 years of age. Please share this link with your daughters. They WILL read it!

12 Amazing Natural Beauty Tips

natural beauty

Check out these DIY and natural beauty remedies for dandruff, black heads, scars, headaches & dark circles! It’s amazing what you can find in your kitchen to help solve your ...

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DIY – Feather Hair Extensions

feathers for your hair

How to make feather hair extensions Any of you lovely ladies been to the mall lately? Or the coffee shop? Or just OUT? Well, if you have, then you’ve probably ...

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INTERNET SAFETY FOR TWEEN GIRLS – A MUST-READ FOR PARENTS

safe sites for girls

Internet safety for tween and teen girls – a must read! The age we are living in, everything is becoming harder to keep up with. Looking back at my own ...

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Why Chocolate is So Addicting

chocolate candies

Chocolate! Just the sound of its name makes you want to have it. I cannot believe that someone would not be fond of chocolates, something so yummy and delicious. But ...

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Healthy After School Snacks in a Snap

after school snacks

Healthy after school snacks your kids can’t resist. Your kids get home from school and they’re hungry. They really want to munch on some candy or dig into a bag ...

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How to Make Yummy Zucchini Bread

zucchini bread

Here is a yummy bread recipe for after dinner! You’ll be eating vegetables and not even know it! This is what you need to make the bread. Ingredients: 3 1/4 ...

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Awesome Painted Nails

painted nails

Painted Nails Here’s a great way to do your nails! I call it Awesome Painted Nails. Find your most favorite color and then add these items to create this cool nail design. ...

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Must read books for girls

good books to read

Is she stuck reading an old classic? An old book stashed between other I’ve-already-read-this-like-a-hundred-times-books? Something that she loves but are afraid she’ll hate if she reads it one more time? Well then, if ...

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