1. "Decisions, decisions, decisions . . . they're the driving forces in life, and today's 20-somethings are swimming in them. In "The Choice Effect, " Amalia McGibbon, Lara Vogel, and Claire A. Williams identify the dilemma of 20- and 30-somethings whose options in love and life have been greatly enhanced by unprecedented opportunities and promise of fulfillment. As ambitious, successful women in their late twenties, the authors offer their personal accounts of trying to balance their personal, professional, and romantic endeavors, as well as those of their friends and interviewees. In analyzing the options available in the modern world, "The Choice Effect" not only celebrates the opportunities of today's young adults -- and the potential to live the life they want -- but also offers a glimpse of what they might be conceding along the way."
2. The One Where Not Much Has Changed (except for everything)