Meshel’s third book, and second in the ‘Buddhism For…’ series, Buddhism For The Unbelievably Busy, was released in November 2017 and explores how to juggle the demands of modern life, using her own experiences and drawing on her long and varied career. Honest, hilarious and heartfelt, it’s a tool to help you stay sane in the modern workplace, handle difficult relationships and how to achieve greater balance in your life.
Her second book, Buddhism For Breakups, launched in January 30th 2017 and follows Meshel’s personal story and how Buddhism can be a roadmap for navigating the fear, loneliness and grief of a broken heart.
In 2013 Meshel released her first book titled “The Fence-Painting Fortnight of Destiny”. A bit of a memoir and an insider’s perspective on the 1990s comedy scene, the workings of an inner-city brothel, what it’s like to be ‘the girl on Rove’ and also how fence-painting can help save a life.