What’s On Our Desks

September means back to school season, and while we may not be headed back to the class room, that doesn’t mean we can’t show off our desks! Keep reading for a behind the scenes look at where some members of the Harlequin staff work.

Bryn Collier, Manager, Digital Marketing for Harlequin TEEN

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Hello, my name is Bryn and I’m a post-it-note addict. I have post it’s of all shapes and sizes and use them for to-do lists, campaign planning, and wallpaper. Who doesn’t love writing on bright colors? If you can move past the post-it’s you’ll see lots of music posters, books, swag and (my prized office possession) a plush bunny signed by Gena Showalter.

Shannon Criss, Associate Editor, Kimani Press

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My space is organized so that all essentials are at arm’s reach- including the day’s snack selection! Both my to-do list and florescent Post-it notes are must haves in my “editor survival kit.” I’m positive I couldn’t make it through the day without either.

Thanks for stopping through to visit my work space! 🙂

Elissa Smith, Coordinator, Online Engagement

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I’m all about the to-do lists, so I have both a notepad and a notebook where I write down everything I need to do for the week. I also usually have headphones for anything video-related I need to work on, a mug of something caffeinated and a trusty stuffed animal sidekick!

Katy MacNeill, Manager, Merchandising & Fulfillment

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My desk at home is pretty basic! Besides my laptop, I just have the bare necessities…a pen and notepad, a fun tape dispenser, drawers for my bills and papers, a picture of my pooch and a vintage copy of a Sweet Valley High book called Lila’s Story. I named my daughter after this character, so this book is really meaningful to me. I absolutely love old books, so I like to change up the ones I keep on my desk from time to time.

Gina Macdonald, Proofreader

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My desk is pretty uncluttered, because I work on-screen, so I have a lot of tchotchkes and cute notepads. My cubicle walls, however, are covered with post–it’s about grammar and house style guides.

 

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Comments ( 5 )
  1. Liz Fielding
    September 1, 2015 at 2:40 am
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    You are all so tidy!

  2. CS
    September 10, 2015 at 1:37 am
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    OK! I’m very impressed thru my BFF in jr. school and thru 11th grade had the same style desk as Katy MacNeill..we both had our parents pick out this style of furniture for us. the strange part was we hadn’t even meant yet. all of you make want to get up and clean my desk. a clean desk is an uncluttered mind.

  3. CS
    September 10, 2015 at 1:38 am
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    OK! I’m very impressed.

    My BFF in junior high school and thru 11th grade had the same style desk as Katy MacNeill..we both had our parents pick out this style of furniture for us. the strange part was we hadn’t even meant yet. all of you make want to get up and clean my desk. a clean desk is an uncluttered mind.

  4. CS
    September 10, 2015 at 1:39 am
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    OK! I’m very impressed.

    My BFF in junior high school and thru 11th grade had the same style desk as Katy MacNeill..we both had our parents pick out this style of furniture for us. the strange part was we hadn’t even met yet. all of you make want to get up and clean my desk. a clean desk is an uncluttered mind.

  5. CS
    September 10, 2015 at 1:41 am
    Reply

    SHOOT ME NOW

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