Mind: Work. I recently wrapped a film called Homefront. I play a meth-addicted mother. It was intense. It's difficult to be in that kind of headspace.
Last Credit Card Statement: I just bought a few things from Isabel Marant.
Grocery List: Coconut water from Pressed Juicery in L.A. I find it hard to drink water because I'm not often thirsty, so coconut water is a good substitute.
Nightstand: Haruki Murakami's "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle," which is a trip.
Future Vacation Agenda: I'd love to go back to the Maldives. I went there last year, and it became one of my favorite places. It's a slice of heaven.
House Walls: Photos that my fiancé, Michael Polish, and I have taken. He's a filmmaker and photographer, so he's taught me a lot about taking pictures.
DVR: 60 Minutes and the chef shows, like Top Chef and Extreme Chef.
Perennial To-Do List: Start riding horses again. I've ridden since I was a young girl and find it to be very meditative.
Speed Dial: Michael; his daughter, Jasper; and my parents.
Must-See Movie List: The Fabulous Baker Boys is one of my favorites. I shot a Topshop commercial last Christmas that was based on it.
Go-to Menu: Michael and I cook a delicious ragù sauce. It takes about five hours to let it reduce and do its thing.
Vanity Table: SK-II's Facial Treatment Essence and Cellumination Cream EX are the must-haves in my skincare regimen. On the go, I use the brand's Facial Treatment Mask. It brightens, tightens, and makes you look like you got a good night's sleep.
List of Charities You Support: I Am That Girl, which is a community of women who inspires girls to have a higher sense of self-worth.
Workout Plan: A mix of running, boxing, and weights. I think if I can do it four times a week, that is excellent, but it's more like two times a week.
In recent weeks, it's been zero. My mind feels less cluttered when I'm physical.
Staycation Itinerary: Breakfast in bed while watching Meet the Press and Sunday Morning.
Feet: Ladylike shoes. I'm always on the hunt for a combination of comfort and classic.