Selected by Shape Magazine as one of the "Summer Reading Selection."
"This memoir reads like the best of chick lit, but with far deeper self-reflection...A must-read for yogis (or would-be yogis) who enjoy a little snarkiness with their savasana." -Kirkus Reviews
Selected by Working Mother as one of "eight captivating memoirs" for "rich summer reading." "Where in the OM Am I? is a just-right readfor anyone needing a good laugh or just a little inspiration to make a change." -Working Mother
"The Devil Wears Prada meets Eat, Pray, Love in this engaging, inspiring tale of self-discovery. DiVello blends keen cultural observation with a terrifically wry wit as she balances her soul-killing corporate career with the world of New Age poseurs and guru-loving sycophants of her yoga teacher training. A great read for anyone who has ever sat in a cubicle, dreaming of escape." -Kathleen Flinn, New York Times best-selling author, The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry
"When Sara DiVello tries to fold a yoga practice into her miserable, mirthless corporate finance career, she realizes even the so-called enlightened aren't immune to back-stabbing bitchery. Raw, real and at times deeply, darkly funny, Where in the OM Am I? shows you a side of yoga you may not have known existed. If you think your job sucks, this book will be more welcome than an extra-long corpse pose at the end of a grueling class." --Jenna McCarthy, author of If It Was Easy They'd Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon
"For the type-A, neurotic, career girl or anyone climbing the corporate ladder and hating it, you need to read this book." --Beth Orsoff, best-selling author of Vlad All Over