In early 2020, before the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Wisconsin, Margie DeWind from Middleton was already working from home several days per week. She’s been an editor for more than 30 years at a Madison-based nonprofit that does book and magazine publishing.

On days when she was expected in the office, DeWind said her morning routine was a rush of activity.

“I would get up, take the dog out, go back in and get my bag and jump into the car and set off for the workplace, which on a good day is 30 minutes away,” she told Wisconsin Public Radio’s WHYsconsin, which asked how the pandemic has impacted people’s work.

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