Like many baby boomer women, I was a fan of Anna Quindlen’s New York Times column, Life in the 30s. Long before the gals of Sex in the City shared their professional and personal peccadilloes, Anna reported live from the front lines of the “having it all” conflict.
The column was discontinued about the same time Anna and her loyal readers turned 40–leaving us to chart the waters of the next decade without her witty and insightful advice.
Fortunately Anna is back with her latest collection of essays entitled Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake. Each is a gem.
Occasionally Anna veers into cute, but she always rights herself.
A must read for baby boomer gals and their daughters!