TAKE A SNEAK PEAK INSIDE A MAGAZINE EDITOR'S DESK DRAWER
In our new blog series, we take a sneak peek inside our favourite editor's desk drawers.
What is in your drawer?
Postcards to send as thank-yous, a mirror, a hairbrush, some baby wipes, and a tiny diamond in a little glass jar that I am going to take home and give to my daughter.
What is your desk drawer lifesaver?
Definitely the baby wipes to alleviate my borderline OCD hand-washing obsession.
Do you have a guilty pleasure in there?
I would say 'chocolate' but unfortunately I have eaten all the chocolate in there. There are some boiled sweets but they have only survived this long because I don't like them.
What has been in there for the longest time?
Some body butter that I keep meaning to take home but don't. And the sweets.
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