Editorial coordinator of Doolittle Magazine, Lucie Lecointe, talks to us about her time at home in Chartres, setting a routine for herself while looking after her 6-month-old baby and finding a quieter time to work.


Have you set up a special routine or planning, for this time?

I am a fairly square person when it comes to my routine, I get ready in the morning as if I was going to go out (or almost!). Afterward, I have a 6-month-old baby so the concept of planning is still very rough for him... and for us!


Are you still working? What do you like most about your job?

Yes, I still work, more in the morning when the house is quieter and I am happy to share all the cool initiatives of brands, cultural places, publishing houses, instamums, and many others on our Instagram account and on doolittle.fr. It's a great time for creativity.


Do you have any tips to keep the spirits high?

Practice sports (like many people). I chose to take the online courses of Swedish Fit, gym sessions of 35-40 min, quite accessible even for beginners (like me!). And saving moments to be alone, it seems essential to me.


Do you or your children have a favorite outfit for this time at home?

Côme has just turned six months and I dress him comfortably without frills, in a mix of Lassig and Rylee and Cru knitwear, soft trousers and sweats by Cyrillus and Petit Bateau.


Is there anything positive you get from this situation?

Awareness about my situation, I often tend to complain: "too much, not enough ..." Today, I realize that I am lucky.


What's the first thing you want to do, after this confinement?

I think we're going to spend a weekend at the sea, there is a little spot in Normandy next to Étretat, that we love.


Do you have any nice Instagram accounts to share, to keep the children busy to that are good for you?

Obviously the account of @morganours & @adc_deborah, @coronaminus_kid for parents of bored kids, they give lots of ideas, share those of others, this account is essential for families. For my part, I dream of a cottage in England with the photos of @postcardbyhannah


Thanks to Lucie Lecointe Thanks to Amélie Noël