Quotes from Girl Online Going Solo

Zoe Sugg ·  327 pages

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“One thing I've learnt recently is that blowing out someone else's candle doesn't make yours shine any brighter.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Someone else's success is not your failure.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“There's enough room for everyone to do the thing they're good at.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Why do boys think they can fight over someone like she's some kind of trophy?”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Mind if I cut in?’ says the voice. An American voice. My heart flutters then starts beating wildly. It isn’t … It can’t be … But it is. It’s Noah Flynn.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Focus on your own lane, go at your own pace, don't look sideways. Someone else's success does not have to impact you or detract from what you achieve.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“But I guess you never really know some people. Sometimes they can be wonderful; sometimes they can be the absolute worst. You just have to decide how much of either you can accept.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Maybe this whole growing-up thing isn't so bad after all.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“Outside there's a chill in the air that reminds me autumn is on the way, even though it's still only September. This time of year is my absolute favourite; the leaves start to turn golden and wither away after their summer of hard work, and the sun seems to shine a lot more clearly as the mist from the summer heat disappears. Everything just seems a little brighter and fresher--a clean slate. That's exactly what I need.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

“There are a lot of maybes, but it's better than the nevers that were there before.”
― Zoe Sugg, quote from Girl Online Going Solo

About the author

Zoe Sugg
Born place: in Lacock, Wiltshire, The United Kingdom
Born date March 28, 1990
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