The Ultimate Fan Test: Who said it - 'Girl Online' or Zoella herself?
We're putting your Zoella knowledge to the test with this super tricky quiz. Can you tell which is a quote from 'Girl Online' and 'Girl Online: On Tour', and which is something Zoella herself said?
"Sometimes you have to face up to your fears to realise that they aren’t actually real."
"Every time you post something online, you have a choice.
You can either make it something that adds to the happiness levels in the world—or you can make it something that takes away. I tried to add something by starting Girl Online."
"I am a normal human being, with normal emotions and I think that’s sometimes easily forgotten. I also learnt that no matter what others may think of you, may advise you or tell you what you should or shouldn’t be doing, it’s all down to you. Nothing and nobody else matters when it comes to the things you do or the things that make you happy."
"Every time I hit a milestone, i’m reminded that if you want something and you work hard at it, but more importantly if you love it with every bone in your body, it will all work out in the end and I’m so glad I kept going when I wasn’t sure what I was doing or where this was going."
"It's a world where people think it's OK to hide behind their screens and their usernames and say poisonous things about a person they don't even know."
"There are some people you officially fall in love with, within seconds of meeting them."
"I’ve learnt that press is a machine that needs to churn out something for people to read, whether its factually correct or not it doesn’t matter. Whether that’s at someone’s expense and can cause a whole host of negative effects on that person."
"If there is something in life that you really want to do, then do it. You'll only ever live this day once in your lifetime, so start now."
"Of course, as well as writing, my other big passion is for reading. I was always a bookworm growing up, and still today, despite spending so much time online and staring at a screen, nothing is quite as special as picking up a new book and getting lost in it."
"A lot of people see January as the month for change, a new year, a new you. I’m not so much into that, but I do see it as a bit of a reset button or similar to when you eventually decide to download that new software on your laptop instead of continuously pressing “Remind me tomorrow”. "