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  • Our theme for August is REINVENTION

    With a new school and college year coming up we want to know what you’re going to do differently this year. Is it time to buckle down and hit the books? Or time to be brave and ask the cutie to the dance? 

    We want to hear all about it! This month we’re using the hashtag #sarcasteenreinvent to document how we’re going to make this the best  year ever and want you guys to join in! 

    Submit all articles, photos, playlists etc. to sarcasteeneditors@gmail.com

    If you’d like to join the Sarcasteam as a permanent member drop us an email with your name, age, country/state, interests and any links to blogs you’d like us to see at sarcasteen@gmail.com

    We’re also looking for someone who’s up to date on all the latest pop culture news to help us run our Facebook page. E-mail sarcasteen@gmail.com for that too. 

    Can’t wait to hear from you! 

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    The Wild // Playlist

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    No matter where you live there’s always going to be new places to explore. There’s no point wasting your whole summer at the computer screen doing the same-old same-old. It’s about time you hopped in the car, or got on a bus and did some scouting around for pretty places to hang out- maybe even take a picnic. Wherever you go, take our adventure playlist with you. 

    Tracklist below the cut.

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    Making the most of your last year of school // Advice

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    There is definitely a surreal feeling that comes with going into your last year at school. On the one hand, it feels like the homestretch of the worlds longest car journey; on the other, it’s hard to believe it’s almost over. Nonetheless, your senior year is bound to be your busiest and most eventful year at school, even if you’ve already made the grades to get into college or university. 

    As someone who has just finished secondary school, I can say that I’m glad  I took this year to finally be a bit braver and get a little more involved. If you’re like me and your shyness tends to stop you from doing all the things in life you’d like you (The Smiths, Ask, 1986), then you should click the read more for my tips on how to make the most of the last year of school.

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