Hanging onto the positive life changes made during the pandemic

  • Family
  • Thursday, 15 Apr 2021

Anne Andrus has established a better work-life balance during the pandemic. She has taken to keeping weekends off to spend more time with her 5-year-old child. Photo: Elizabeth Flores/Star Tribune/TNS

During the seven years she's been running Honey + Rye Bakehouse in St. Louis Park, Minnesota in the United States, Anne Andrus had been running herself ragged.

Last year, just as she'd decided to establish better work-life balance, the coronavirus descended. Instead of dialing back, Andrus dove in: coming in to bake at 4 am and then putting out fires all day.

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