Tween Girls Bullish on Fashion Fantasy Game: Online Fashion Game Gains New Entrepreneurs
Posted May 22 2009 11:58pm
Wonderful article the The Earth Times. You can find it at http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/tween-girls-bullish-on-fashion-fantasy-g. My congratulations. Tweens need activities that allow them positive creative outlets. What little girl hasn't wanted to be a ballerina, or a princess? And what tween hasn't wanted to be something like a fashion designer? Well, now it seems girls can get a safe way of learning not only about designing clothes but running a business. As a positive psychologist, I know this type of learning experience is exactly what girls need between the ages of 8-14. Your daughter may end up becoming an engineer or a physician or a graphic artist, but the confidence she can learn and the fun she can have in doing an activity that stretches her imagination will never be lost.
In my new book, The Truth, (I'm a girl, I'm smart and I know everything) the girl is so excited to meet any challenge that stretches her thinking and yet keeps her feeling girly, girl at the same time. That is probably why she loves Nancy Drew mysteries. She gets such a kick out of solving them, before Nancy Drew! And that's why lots of girls are sure to feel excited playing this new game.
Actually, this on-line fashion designing game appeals to the girl inside of me. I wonder if older women can sign up?