• Shit Went Wrong

    The women whom I love and admire for their strength and grace did not get that way because shit worked out. They got that way because shit went wrong and they handled it. They handled it in a thousand different ways on a thousand different days, but they handled it. Those women are my superheroes. Elizabeth Gilbert

  • There. Is. No. Race.

    That finishing line is invisible. It’s just a figment of your imagination, so stop trying to reach it before the others. We’re here for five minutes; enjoy the view.   Claudia Winkleman  Quite – love, life and eyeliner.

  • Break In Case of Emergency!

    Know your break-in-case-of-emergency joy. The thing that is guaranteed to lift you up, even if a little, when you are experiencing serious gloom. Is it bingeing on Seinfeld or Sex and the City? Baking a red velvet cake? Rereading The Secret Garden? Spending a day in bed cuddling your dog? Bouts of sadness are part of life, but sure-fire happiness’s help us get through them.   Kerrie Hess – Joy In The Little Things You’ll find me curled up under a blanket with a copy of Kerrie’s book and a packet of Colin the Caterpillars! What’s your break-in-case-of-emergency joy? Become the woman you most want to be with a single…

  • Happy Valentine’s Day

    Treat yourself this Valentine’s Day. With a 60 minute coaching session all about YOU! (It’s like a makeover for your mind). £30 Book your appointment here zoe@mascaraforthemind.co.uk “Later that day I got to thinking about relationships. There are those that open you up to something new and exotic, those that are old and familiar, and those that bring up lots of questions, those that bring you somewhere unexpected, those that bring you far from where you started, and those that bring you back. But the most exciting, challenging and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself…” Carrie Bradshaw

  • Zoe Asks – Megan Hess

    I asked “What top tip would you give to women, wanting to become the best version of themselves?” “I think as women we have to find our true passion in life and discover what truly makes us happy. It sounds obvious but living a life that genuinely brings us joy is the bravest thing we can do.”   Megan Hess Fashion Illustrator

  • Love, Lulu and Lipstick!

    A few years ago I met fashion designer Lulu Guinness… who I love, and I mean really love! We got chatting (which sounds wonderfully casual). In reality I was having a champagne fuelled, full on – fangirl moment (the bubbles were free!). We talked about work, and I told her all about Mascara for the Mind, and how I was helping women improve the relationship they had with themselves, in a fun and solution focused way (I’m all about one off coaching sessions) . I was writing a book at the time, and the strap-line was ‘Sometimes all you need is a sweep of mascara and you’re ready to face…