Thoroughly dissects an idea: unlimited opportunity means unlimited choices [and] burdens the chooser with responsibility, leav[ing] many women frozen or frantically job, city, and relationship-hopping in search of perfection
--Jenna Goudreau, ForbesA helpful new book... exhaustively researched. Undecided is not an academic career counselor's guidebook with testing or educational advice, but a compendium of on-the-ground stories of actual career choices.
--Joyce Lain Kennedy, Chicago Tribune... looks at the choices today's women have thanks to the success of the Women's Movement--and the unintended consequences... contextualizing it with stories of hundreds of women who call themselves undecided.
--Santa Barbara Independent
From the Back Cover
"Undecided sheds light on the complexity of options for women today and the burden our culture places on women who 'settle'. If ever there was a call to arms for women's choice and a road map to better understand ourselves, it can be found in this impressive guidebook."
--Susan Shapiro Barash, author of You're Grounded Forever"Job or career? Biker or banker? Paper, plastic, or recycled, reusable tote? Sane, sensible and funny, Undecided uncovers the many ways having too many choices can mess with a gal's head--with insightful tips for not only getting where you want to go but actually enjoying the ride."
--Jenna McCarthy, author of The Parent Trip and the forthcoming If It Was Easy, They'd Call the Whole Damn Thing A Honeymoon