Louisville Magazine

JAN 2017

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derbydinner.com 8 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 12.16 INTER-OFFICE MEMO What's quirky about your routine? My skyscrapers of unread New Yorker magazines were guilt-tripping me, so I figured out a way for my phone to read them to me. Siri's annoying, so I opted for an English gentleman who goes by Daniel. Josh Moss Editor I probably spend at least 30 minutes after I get home from work in my car reading tweets or watching stupid YouTube videos. I have to muster up the energy to get out of the car and actually go inside my house. Leah Blair Editorial intern Lordy, I've got a few to choose from. I eat baby carrots and cauliflower pretty much every day. I leave public radio on in our house at a low volume around the clock. And just before I get to the office I do a quick scan up and down the FM dial. If I hear a song I like, I tell myself it's going to be a great day. If not? Brace yourself, girl. Anne Marshall Senior writer Every day I bring a gym bag to the office, thinking I'll find time for a workout. At the end of the day I bring the bag of unused gym clothes back home with me, thinking I'll need my running shoes for a lap around my neighborhood. The next day I lug the still-unused bag back to the office — and thus begins my cycle of earnestly attempting to exercise. I dug into the bag sometime in December and it still had shorts in it. Mary Chellis Austin Deputy editor I read every comic strip in the C-J every day of the week, even — or should I say especially — Rex Morgan (my heart goes out to little Sarah, Rex's daughter, who, as I write this, is lying unconscious in the hospital after being hit by a speeding car that ran a school-bus stop sign) and the world's worst comic strip ever, Ft. Knox. The best strip ever: Peanuts, whose relevance even in reruns continues to amaze me. I also read Gil Thorp, though I'm still a little miffed that it moved to the sports section several years ago. Dan Crutcher Publisher Most nights, I go to sleep without taking off my makeup. When I wake up the next morning, I usually still look ready to go. It cuts down on the time I spend getting ready every week, but I know it's not something I'll be able to do forever. Michelle Eigenheer Contributing writer My fiancé and I made our rings out of wood. We're looking into repurposing silver to make metal rings, but for now we have to take them off a lot when we do the dishes, wash our hands or eat really messy food. Jenny Kiefer Editorial intern Every night during the workweek I make a pot of stovetop espresso and put it in a Mason jar. I let it cool, then put it in the fridge overnight. Add some milk in the morning and I have my coffee jar for the day. Suki Anderson Art director

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