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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So, I’ve picked up a new hobby recently, thanks to wandering around a cheapie store and deciding that I needed to buy a whole bunch of beautifully coloured embroidery floss. I knew that I had an embroidery hoop at home … 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
I’ve finally written the pattern for the Elphaba Glovelettes! You can get it here, or by clicking on the photos below. There won’t be a video tutorial unfortunately. I did record the entire process of making the second glovelette, but … Continue reading
I really wanted to knit something for my Craft Book Club project this month (reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire), but with the end of uni looming, I really didn’t have the time to knit a scarf like I first wanted. I … Continue reading
Last week I spent a lot of time working on editing a package for my Radio subject at uni. The package was made up of two interviews recorded by my assessment partner Sam and my job was to mix them … 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