Thursday, September 17, 2015

[Review] Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are

Project Inspired

Based on the Project Inspired website created by Nicole Weider—a model and actress who integrates her behind-the-scenes experiences with guides on modest fashion, beauty, and advice—teens ages 13 and up will discover positive ways they can uphold their values in today's world.
Nicole Weider is on a mission: to help young girls avoid the traps that culture sets, which baits teens into thinking they must sacrifice their self-worth in order to be beautiful and popular. After experiencing the dark side of fame firsthand as a model, Nicole launched Project Inspired in 2010 (, a website for teen girls that analyzes pop culture and explores ways girls can live in their authentic beauty.
In Project Inspired, Nicole shares tips for teen girls to stay true to themselves and how they were created to be, as well as how to dress modestly yet fashionably, make a positive difference in the world, and enjoy their teen years while staying true to their faith. With photographs, real behind-the-scenes stories from inside the fashion world, and an honest look at living a life that looks great on the outside and feels great on the inside, Project Inspired is a book teens will turn to time and time again.


I LOVE THIS BOOK. It is truly inspiring. Ever since I was a little young, I have had some struggles with confidence and my overall self so this is just proves that you have to teach young women from young age to be truly to themselves and not worry the world and what its standards are. The images that Nicole & Kristin provided are incredible, I am glad that they decided to come out with truth and actually show that fashion world is not all blitz & glam. Incredible read, should be a part of every girl's life!

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