Louise Chunn is a journalist and editor. She originally came from New Zealand but has lived in London for the past 30-odd years. She’s worked on magazines from Vogue to Good Housekeeping and was most recently editor of Psychologies. She is married with three children.
What I Do Job-wise: I write about self-development and wellbeing, and am a consultant to some organisations
What I Do, Fun-wise: I go to the movies with my older kids, watch TV with my youngest one, visit the theatre with girlfriends, play tennis with my husband. On my own, I run a bit, read a lot, want to walk in forests
My motto: Not really got one
My Anti-Motto: Nor one of those
The First Movie Star I Ever Had a Crush On: Sam Shepard in Days of Heaven
My ‘Celebs To Make Out With’ list: Not got one of those either
The Most Played Song on My iTunes:Mr Brightside by The Killers
Last Book I Read Without Skipping Any Parts: Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead (it’s great - funny and clever)
My Most Worn Item of Clothing: At this time of year my black patent Prada boots
Beauty Products That I Hoard: Anything from Liz Earle, Origins, This Works
I Smell LIke: My daughter says I smell like Mum, which is good enough for me
I Have Faked An Orgasm (Yes/No): Why don’t you have a “maybe” option?