Meet an Idea Girl: The Wild Adventure Girls

Meet The Wild Adventure Girls: Angelina, Annabella, and Scarlett!  These three gals from Keller, Texas are exploring the world around them through their super fun, super exciting YouTube channel.  At just 7 (Annabella), 8 (Scarlett) and 9 (Angelina) years-old, The Wild Adventure Girls are taking learning to a whole new level!

 Meet an Idea Girl: The Wild Adventure Girls

What activities are you involved in?

We love fishing, horse back riding, dancing and having our own show on YouTube.

What are some of your favorite hobbies?

Angelina and Scarlett: We love fishing with our dads on the weekend. We also love to ride horses, go for bike rides and dance.

Annabella: I love playing, going for bike rides, gymnastics and having fun.

What is your ultimate dream job?

Angelina: My dream job is to be an actress, have a top show for kids, and a fashion designer. I also love kids and animals...and I want my own fishing show.

Annabella: My dream job is to be a Make-up Artist and have my own make up product line.

Scarlett: My dream job is also to be an actress, have a great show, be a fashion line and a fishing channel.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR IDEA

We love to work on our show The Wild Adventure Girls. We want to inspire other kids. We are always working on new fun episodes that will make people laugh and have fun.

How did you come up with your idea?

We love going on adventures and our mom helped us come up with the idea of creating a show on YouTube. We believe it's never too early to start working toward your dreams.

What challenges have you faced so far and how have you overcome them?

We have faced many challenges with being The Wild Adventure Girls. When we first started out we were actually called "The Discovery Girls," and later had to change our name due to a magazine having the same name. We then submitted and have our name, The Wild Adventure Girls, trademarked.

Each episode is a challenge because we are always doing something new and challenging. We overcome it by working together as a team and never giving up.

What are some of the good things that have happened since you started your idea?

We have met some amazing kids and people. The NBC Show "Little Big Shots" have contacted us twice. We get to see kids faces light up when they watch our episodes.

Over the summer we flew to NYC for the first time to attend our very first big YouTube event called Blogger Bash. From there we got to meet the members of the "Blue Man Group" and gets a signed canvas where they sprayed paint out of their mouth on the show and created art. They also gave up the drum stick from the show.

We have made amazing friends and have a great team of people that help make all of our episodes happen.

What do you still need help with for your idea? How can we support you?

We really need to get our name out there and to help other kids discover our YouTube channel.

What advice do you have for younger girls that have an idea they want to make happen?

Just start. Everything we have learned we have learned along the way. Believe in your dreams and make them happen. Listen to who you are and what you want and never let anyone else try to steer you away from what you want and what you want to become. Have fun and know you can do anything you put your mind to.

 Meet an Idea Girl: The Wild Adventure Girls

What is your favorite quote or mantra?

"You can do anything you say you can, as long as you believe."



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