She starts her day by hammering down cups of tea.
Then, a perfectly timed shower and the ability to walk to the train while watching Question Time.
That sort of how Annabel Crabb does it.
The mother-of-three, columnist, author, political journalist, kitchen goddess, podcaster and presenter of ABC TV’s ‘Kitchen Cabinet’, is the latest subject in our podcast “I Don’t Know How She Does It.”
This is the podcast for anyone who has sat at home eating breakfast cereal for dinner while typing away at work and thought “there must be a better way to do this.”
If she wasn’t already busy enough, Annabel recently published a book called ‘The Wife Drought – why women need wives and men need lives’.
How on earth does this woman do it? She uses every scrap of the day – like an Italian farmer uses all the pig – but also has a golden rule.
Tell us, Annabel. Tell us how you do it all and still end up smiling at the end of the day.
Could you do with an extra wife?
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