A Quarter-life Woman's Guide to Balance and Direction
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  • Product Code: 14769
  • ISBN: 978-1-57731-476-9
  • Pages: 256
  • 1 Paperback
  • Size: 5.50 x 8.50


The midtwenties through the midthirties can be a time of difficult transition: the security blankets of college and parents are gone, and it’s suddenly time to make far-reaching decisions about career, investments, and adult identity. When author Christine Hassler experienced what she calls the "twenties triangle", she found that she was not alone. In fact, an entire generation of young women is questioning their choices, unsure if what they’ve been striving for is what they really want. They’re eager to set a new course for their lives, even if that means giving up what they have.

Hassler herself left a fast-moving career that wasn’t right for her and instead took the risk of starting her own business. Now, based on her own experience and interviews with hundreds of women, she shares heartfelt stories on issues from career to parents to boyfriends to babies. Yet she also provides practical exercises to enable today’s woman to chart a new direction for her life.


“A valuable resource for women to determine their strengths and weaknesses and then to apply those discoveries toward realizing their life dreams.”
— Jane Buckingham, author of The Modern Girl's Guide to Life

“Christine Hassler has created a series of extremely valuable exercises to help women in their twenties evaluate their personal, financial, and career choices. Whether you are a confused, frantic, or amazingly satisfied twenty-something woman, this book can help you to get on (or stay on!) the path to success.”
— Jennifer Todd, film producer of Austin Powers, If These Walls Could Talk, and Memento

“Written straight from the heart of the author, this book invites women to examine what defines them. A wonderful guide, 20 Something, 20 Everything is filled with practical and uplifting direction.”
— Sophie Parienti, editor in chief of Yogi Times