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Here's how you make a successful blog these days

Pick a successful theme. You could post pictures of funny cats. You could post pictures of people at Wal-Mart. You could post pictures of hipsters. Maybe you want to make fun of bad photoshops or of poor choice in book covers art. This is the one thing you're allowed to write about.

So check out the genius idea that this girl had. She made a blog in which she lived according to what Seventeen Magazine dictated for her life.
"The goal of this project is to simply explore a dying aspect of teenage culture. I will live my life according to the tips provided by the June/July issue of Seventeen magazine and Seventeen.com from today until the weekend of my high school graduation (June 21). Conveniently, this project will also span the Most Important and Magical Night of My Teenage Life (i.e. senior prom). I will use this blog to record my findings, and to provide commentary on teenage life/the adolescent experience."
Here's a chart she made:

Check out the whole blog (which, sadly, it would seem, is going to be ending soon) at http://www.theseventeenmagazineproject.com/

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