According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Moody “asked to go part time, so I could reconnect with my REAL life. I’d been hopping around the country for about a decade, and maybe two years ago I realized I’d basically missed 10 years of the lives of the people I love, chasing this dream. So now I’m using the extra time to be with my partner Up North and see my mom, aunt and grandmother more.”
Moody told the Star-Tribune, “I didn’t want to totally step away from my career, but I needed to pull back. Some people can balance a demanding career and personal life, but I wasn’t doing it so well.”
Moody started at WCCO in 2012.