Financial strategist and bestselling author Suze Orman was a waitress
Former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro was a stay-at-home mom
Political strategist Mary Matalin was a first-year law student — and about to drop out
CNN anchor Paula Zahn was unemployed
Midlife Crisis at 30 offers hope for many of today's twenty- and thirty-somethings struggling with the unreasonable expectations that society and the media have placed on them. As a result of these powerful influences, many women blame themselves for not overcoming the very real obstacles to their fulfillment that still exist in American society. Raised to believe they could have it all in every part of their lives at a young age, these young women are exhausted, confused, and desperate to find the middle ground where they can enjoy full, well-rounded lives before it is too late.
Through the candid and revealing stories of the New Girls Club, a group of successful women, such as Geraldine Ferraro, Judy Blume, Susan Sarandon, and Denise Austin, who have solved the work/life/love puzzle, Midlife Crisis at 30 presents pragmatic strategies and realistic suggestions for young women everywhere.
Through candid and revealing stories of famous women who have solved the work/life/love puzzle, "Midlife Crisis at 30" presents pragmatic strategies and realistic suggestions for young women everywhere.
The authors snagged terrific first-person narratives …They offer unique perspectives on career, marriage, and children.