Women's Health

Find Your Way—And Your Why

if you had asked me to describe my life five years ago, I would have cited a trifecta like “driven, full, and fun.” I was 30, working a cool job, and moonlighting as a young-adult novelist. Not to mention training for a marathon, raising funds for charity, and going on at least three dates a week. If I had any free time, I’d slip in a yoga class, attend a lecture, read a book—anything to get smarter, faster, better.

Beneath this impressive flurry of achievement, though, I sometimes asked myself if I was on a treadmill to).

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