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January Content Call out

Written by Marie Duffy | View this authors Twitter page and posted in news

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Calling all bloggers, writers, vloggers, and content creators!

Are you interested in getting published on but not sure where to start? We’ve put together a list of some things we want to hear about to give you some ideas but if they’re not for you, don’t be afraid to get in touch with other ideas. Email if you have any questions

Dry January

Are you trying to stay off the booze? We'd love to hear how you are getting on with your challenge. Has it been difficult? Let us know.

Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day on Feb 14th, and we want to know your opinion of the day. Do you celebrate it? Is it too commercial? Are you tired of being single on Valentine’s Day? Or are you in a couple and can’t afford the expense of it? Whether you are part of a couple, or are single we want to hear from you.

Safer Internet Day

The theme of this year’s Safer Internet Day is ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet'. We want to know your tips on how we can make the internet a nicer place for everyone. What would you do to stop cyberbullying and online trolling? Have you experience trolling yourself? What did you do? Let us know.

Eating Disorder Awareness

To mark Eating Disorder Awareness Week (Feb 27th- March 5th), we will be sharing our content on eating disorders and how to cope with them. Have you experienced an eating disorder, we’d like to hear your experience. We will also share information on building a more positive self esteem and body image as we know this is a huge issue with young people.

Body Image

We want to hear of the things that would help you achieve a better body image. Does social media make you more aware of how you look and feel? Do you ever alter your images before putting them up on social media (Use editing software like Photoshop, or put a filter on them?) We particularly want to hear from young men and the pressure they face to look good too.

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Published Jan­u­ary 20th2017
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