Hi! I’m Zoe
I really believe I can be someone who changes the world in a positive way, and that everyone else can be too.
I'm a student, hippie, older sister, bicycle rider, amateur website designer, loom knitter, novice seamstress, and a little bit eccentric.
I love public speaking, photography, writing and cooking. I'm fluent in English, Sarcasm and Bullshit.
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Category Archives: Life Stuff
Hello! I’m still here. I know I haven’t posted in over a year, but I didn’t really know what to write. I’ve been well. I moved back home to Queensland in March this year and that’s been a pretty awesome … Continue reading
As part of my Radio course at uni, I get to work in a small team to produce and present a radio show on 3RRRfm once every few weeks. The show is called Room With A View and you can … Continue reading
Inspired by another Zoe, of Harken Home, I’ve decided to do a 21 day challenge. Apparently it takes 21 days to break or form a habit. I’ve heard this statistic a few different ways, sometimes it says a whole month, … Continue reading
It’s my birthday! Today I’m 23. Three years ago I wrote a post, called 20 Thing To Do While I’m 20. Well I thought I should do it again for this, my twenty-third year of life. After I complete an item on … Continue reading
This morning at work I gave myself a paper-cut when I was marking down the bread. I pulled a bunch of sticker paper into my hand to throw it away and sliced just below my index finger, on the corner … Continue reading
You will need: 1 clothes dryer Half a dozen pairs of socks A load of washing Method: 1. Wash the clothes. 2. Load the clothes and socks into the dryer. 3. Run the dryer until clothes are dry. 4. Empty the … Continue reading
Sandalwood and Nag Champa incense Lime and coconut Bread or cakes baking Chai Lemon and bergamot Samadhi Rainforests and damp earth The air after it rains Fresh cut grass Fresh jasmine flowers Vanilla Hot dinners, especially curry, soup and pasta … Continue reading
Yesterday I felt like I was floating. Let me explain how. The previous two shifts at work I’d felt like I was underwater. You know, when you’re underwater and you can’t hear anything clearly and the water is pressing down … Continue reading