"One thing this show has done for me is really helped me value my life a lot more," Bell told Rolling Stone days after last Thursday's series finale. "I thought I valued it before, but I’ve been incredibly content since the show has ended. Previously — and maybe having kids growing up has something to do with this — I would run from job to job, worrying that if I waited one more moment, I would become irrelevant. But since September, I have really just been a mom, and I have loved it. There’s not a part of me that feels unfulfilled. I’m still working a little bit. I do a voiceover on an Apple show coming out in May called Central Park, and a voice on an Amazon kids show coming out in December called Do, Re & Mi. Morgan Sackett, the producer of The Good Place, and I started a production company that’s been making some commercials, and making an entity called The Tiny Chef alongside Imagine, but I’m not on camera. And I am totally fine with it. In the mornings, I wake up with my kids, I take them to school, I’m done at 9:30. I do work at my computer until 2:30, I pick them up, I make dinner, and I live a very Beaver Cleaver lifestyle with my family. That is, if Beaver Cleaver was into off-roading, which is a little bit more our family."