21/03/2014 08:14 GMT | Updated 21/05/2014 06:59 BST

Today's Top Blog Post Picks - Friday 21 March

It's Fridaaayyyyy!

And we're celebrating Andrew WK-style after another fantastic week on blogs, topping it off today by leading with Twitter king Phillip Schofield on how grown-ups should always be there for young people on behalf of the Prince's Trust and the Samsung Celebrate Success Awards.

The awards, which are backed by The Huffington Post UK, recognise young people who've turned their lives around with help from the Princes Trust. We're also backing the Mappin and Webb Young Ambassador of the Year Award, which recognises young people who volunteer their time, share their personal experiences and inspire others. Check out #PTCelebrate if you haven't already...

We've also got Anna Doble, head of online at Channel 4 News, defending the tattooed douchebags roaming the fashionable streets of Britain nowadays (*waves*) and TV star and wildlife expert Simon King writes on how important it is for us all to speak up to save the UK's ancient woodland as the government doesn't appear to care.

The HuffPostUK's political director Mehdi Hasan meanwhile launches a scathing attack on Western foreign policy in light of the hypocrisy surrounding the Crimea crisis (John Kerry comes in for a particularly ferocious drubbing and William Hague doesn't escape either) and Labour MP Chris Leslie says the Budget proves everyone's worse off under the Tories.

Author and mental health campaigner Danny Baker meanwhile gives advice on helping a love done recovery from depression, and Liam Beattie blogs on how unpaid internships are elitist.

Elsewhere, the delectable Sara McCorquodale, editor of HuffPost UK's sister site MyDaily says that Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman is right, no-one wants to see real women in fashion mags (that's what Take a Break's for, isn't it?), Ciaran Donaghy bemoans Newcastle Utd's lack of ambition and controversially compares the Toon Army to the Titanic and Nash Riggins mocks David Cameron's previous promise that the current government would be the greenest ever.

Double organ transplant recipient Adrian Grist meanwhile writes a heartwrenching post about what it's like to be invisibly disabled, Sheila Hageman on how Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke's admission that she was starving herself for her new role as Sarah Connor in the Terminator reboot sends a worrying message to young girls and Joe Cooper says that there isn't a level playing field (pardon the pun) when it comes to the financial power of Premier League clubs (as a Norwich City fan, don't I know it...)

And finally, ormer Masterchef winner Shelina Permaloo meanwhile gives us a delicious chicken and prawn 'magic rice bowl' recipe. And I'm sure plenty of you will manage to make it magically disappear after you make it this weekend...