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A NovelBook - 2015
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"please don't waste time wondering whether it's possible to 'have it all.' Banish the expression from your vocabulary; make sure your friends do, too. A better question is What do you really want? Diving headlong into the second quarter of your life without asking this question is like going grocery shopping without a list. You'll end up with a full cart but nothing to cook for dinner. Figure out what you feel like eating, and then come up with your own recipe for the whole messy, delicious enchilada."
"How many times had I pretended to listen to Nicholas or our kids when I was really agonizing about work? I was no more a Scroller than that horse was a car. The more I tried to assimilate, the more impatient, scattered, and unreliable I became."
"When you're a kid, you think you're going to have this deep well of time with your parents when you group and you're all on equal footing. When I had kids of my own, I thought that time would come when my kids grew up and I had a little more freedom. I imagined myself as a 50-year-old woman, strolling around the duck pond with my 80-year-old dad. I might have loop my arm through his. Now I knew, this was not to be."
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