It is the age when you accept that going through your 20s with too steely a resolve and determined a course would have made you much less interesting than you are today. It is where, unconsidered change behind you, you can see more clearly the grander choices ahead.
I'll say this -- I'm not sure if I'm 34 or 35 (pretty sure I'm 35. I could do the math but I've got other stuff to do.) But I AM sure of this: I love life right where I am. I wouldn't go back to 30 for a million dollars. I wouldn't go back to my 20s for ten million dollars. I'm content.
Time of Your Life tells the story of Jillian -- a thirty-something, married, suburban mother -- who suddenly sees her life playing out a different way than it did seven years ago, jumps to fix it, and takes the reader along for the ride