Hey y'all – how are you doing? Things are going great on my end; I've been feeling more and more at home in my new apartment, and have even started exploring the local scene a bit more. I'm hoping to find a couple of activities in my new community that I didn't have time for in college, like joining a local choir, finding a board game group, or looking into volunteer opportunities. One of the best parts about moving to a new place, in my opinion, is exploring; I get to discover my new favorite restaurants, new friends to spend time with, and so much more! So far, I've found my favorite coffee spot where you can find me drawing or reading the day away.
This new chapter in my life has been so exciting and surprising; I can't wait to see what happens next. There have been a lot of chapters in my life – my middle school tomboy phase where I refused to even look at the color pink or my high school years of figuring out what I wanted to do with my life... but those are stories for another time. We all have our own unique stories, and while some chapters are harder than others, we persevere and keep turning the pages to see what happens next; time keeps moving and so do we.
It's wild that college is a year behind me now; so much has changed in what felt like so little time. College was an amazing experience, don't get me wrong, but it also came with a good deal of stress – the stress of getting projects finished in time and the stress of whether or not my work was good enough to pass. Working as hard as I could every second of every day to build my art portfolio while attending school was a big chapter in my life.
Speaking of big chapters, this past year was a massive undertaking wasn't it? We, as a people, had to learn how to cope with being alone and learn new ways to communicate and spend time with the people we couldn't see in person. For some, last year brought overwhelming heartache, pain, and stress. I've always been an optimistic person, but this past year was hard and at times it was difficult to think it'd ever end. But, with that all being said, there is light at the end of the tunnel and I'm excited to start a new chapter – that hope is what inspired this artwork for me.
* I'll be honest, reading also inspired this artwork for me obviously – during my college years, I didn't really have any time to read for fun. Now, I can't stop reading and am constantly at my local bookstores. What are you currently reading? *
That is all I have for y'all today, but let this piece be a reminder to start a new chapter, to keep moving forward, and to keep seeking new things to find enjoyment in. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did making it, and as always, I wish y'all all of the happiness in the world and a safe weekend! See y'all next time!
ZOX are made to be form fitting and are stretch to fit. Medium will fit 85% of adults wrists comfortably - not too loose, not too tight.
K - Kids
Perfect for most kids 2-9. Some adults with very small wrists will also fit into this size. Made to have a loose fit for younger kid with it being more form fitting as they grow older.
S - Small
Small size for older kids, most teens, and adults with smaller wrists. This size may not fit bigger teens.
M - Medium
Medium is our original size. It fits ~85% of the U.S. population well. Stretches to fit just about any wrist. Will likely be best for older teens and most adults. Not recommended for younger kids.
L - Large
Our newest size, only around 5% of ZOX customers need this size, though more may prefer it. Perfect for teenagers and adults with larger than average wrists. These will stretch to fit wrists comfortable up to around the 99.8th percentile.
ZOX are made from a super soft polyester elastic. Care for your ZOX is super simple.
There's no set recommendation as to how often you should wash your ZOX. Just keep in mind that ZOX are made with fabric and is like any other piece of fabric clothing. The more you wear it and the "harder" you wear it, the faster it will wear out. Some customers are still wearing their daily after 2-3 years with proper care.
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Our ZOXLOX Keychain converters are inspired by ingenuity from Zoxers in our own community. In our VIP group, members started posting pictures of clamps that turned their ZOX into keychains. Unfortunately, the clamps were 1-time use and would ruin their ZOX. So, we stepped in to create something amazing.
ZOXLOX are easy to use converters that will turn your ZOX Singles or Straps into the best keychains in the world. All you do is remove the screw, insert your ZOX wristband, and push the screw back in so the wristband is looped over it. Then, screw it back into place and just like that, your ZOX wristband is now a ZOX Keychain. And the best thing about it? You can easily swap your ZOX wristbands in and out to change your keychain any time you feel like it.
Every wristband made is a limited edition work of art for your wrists. ZOX are reversible with a design on one side and a positive message on the inside. Every ZOX is individually laser cut with a serial number to ensure authenticity.