I can’t always predict which of my articles will resonate with you all as readers—some of these caught me by surprise. But here are the top 10 trafficked blog posts you guys read this year. (Can you guess which one was No. 1?)
10. Here’s my sex talk
A complete script of my newest sex talk to young people
9. The rise of the non-believing Millennial
Pew Research provides a current breakdown of faith among today’s generations
8. Teen summer bucket list goes viral
A glimpse at a teens summer bucket list and what it reveals about our culture
7. Where kids actually adopt their values
In a world where kids are exposed to an increasing amount of lies, how can we teach truth?
6. Porn in plain sight–
Dissecting Snapchat stories Continue reading “Most Popular Posts of 2017”
America loves their music… which is probably why the average person over 13-years-old now listens to over 4 hours of music per day. That’s an average of 47 minutes a day more than they did last year alone.
The question is… what kind of music?
Every December we wrap up the year with one final Youth Culture Window article unveiling every No. 1 song of the year. This year there were 12 songs that hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100… and half of them were rap/hip-hop.
Any guess as to what the common theme was this year?
Take a peek in our newest Youth Culture Window article, The Biggest Hits of 2017.
The year-end is almost here, and that always triggers our look back at the most popular songs, apps, books, posts… of the entire year.
We’ll start by looking at the top 10 free apps downloaded from the iTunes store in 2017… with Snap up at the top once again.
No, Snapchat wasn’t actually No. 1 like last year, but Bitmoji was, which is owned by Snap (nice purchase!), slipping Snapchat into No. 2 (I guess consumers missed the memo that Snapchat was having a rough year). And no… Pokemon Go didn’t make the list this year. (Pokemon who?)
Here’s the top 10! Continue reading “The Top 10 Apps of 2017”
The fires are raging once again here in California, and it’s hitting where both my daughter’s live. Luckily, they both came home (up here in NorCal).
Here’s a quick satellite shot of the fire raging from Ventura toward Santa Barbara.
My oldest daughter is on mandatory evacuation Continue reading “Fires a little too close to home”