Jenna Dewan says the COVID-19 pandemic is a “healing” time for her.
The 41-year-old star – with daughter Everly, nine, with ex-husband Channing Tatum, and son Callum, two, with fiance Steve Kazee – says that taking time off in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis has helped her. She has had time to reflect on what she values and she has decided to be more demanding about the work projects she undertakes.
Jenna Dewan said, “For the first time in my life there was a period that really healed me.
” I have a different barometer for what I say yes and no, and I don’t stretch too much. ‘ also gave birth to her Speaking to InTouch, she shared: “It was an exciting challenge.
“It’s an unprecedented time for all of us and when you’re bringing a soul into the world and worrying about everyone’s health and safety. ” We focus on those things. What we can do to stay safe and together. “
Looking for the next decade, Jenna hopes to have a “more balanced life” and see her production company 33andOut Productions prosper.
Jenna Dewan said, “I hope there will be one.” a wonderful, even more balanced life, with lots of good time with family.
“I hope my business continues to grow. ” And I also like to surprise myself. “
Jenna Dewan and Steve got engaged in February 2020, and they postponed their wedding plans due to an increase in the Coronavirus variant omicron.
The mother-of-two shares plans to walk down the aisle and admits that she and her fiancé want to “take time” for their big day.
Last year, she said, “We took a break. Just to mean ‘Here we are again’, you know? Can we assemble, is it safe? We will assemble at where?
“So we’ll take our time, we’re not in a hurry and we’ll see how next year goes and how it goes from there.
” It’s hard for us, because I want to be able to plan a nice meeting, small, medium or large, but the world has other plans at the moment.
“How is it… We’ll get there when we get there.”
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