My wholesale customers are all over the U.S. On the retail end, many are based in Baltimore since I'm a regular vendor at the Baltimore Farmers' Market on Sunday under the JFX. I also do a fair number [of] events in/around DC.

How do you separate your home life from work when they're both happening in the same piece of real estate?

Separation is difficult. But I do try to set aside some Three-Stone-Steps-free space and time!

jhopkins@baltsun.com

twitter.com/jsmithhopkins

Ellen Reich

Title: Proprietress of Three Stone Steps

Age: 49

Last two jobs: Labor economist for a public-sector labor union; research analyst for a manufacturing union

Education: Bachelor's in English from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 1991; master's in labor studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1997

Residence: Butcher's Hill in Baltimore

Canine family: Mingus and Fellini, both rescue dogs

Hobbies: "When I'm not spending time with my dogs, I'm off traveling somewhere."

  • Text BUSINESS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun Business text alerts