From the outside, Jillian Westfield has a picture-perfect life, complete with cherubic baby daughter, a successful hedge-fund husband and a four-bedroom lemon-scented home. But that doesn't stop her from mulling over the past, from pushing out the 'what ifs' that haunt her whenever she allows them to seep into her consciousness. What if she hadn't married Henry? What if she hadn't abandoned her job at the first sign of pregnancy? What if she'd never left her boyfriend Jason? What if she'd answered the letter from her mother, who had abandoned her when she was a child? Because underneath the shiny veneer of her life, Jill waddles around in a faltering marriage, brewing resentment and discontentedness. If only she could go back and try an alternative version of her life.
Then one day her wish comes true when she wakes up to discover she's been mysteriously transported seven years back -- back to her old life and her old self, back to the moments where she made decisions that charted her future course.
Time of my Life is more than a story of a desperate housewife, it also speaks to our lingering doubts and our own 'what ifs'. Through Jillian's journey, she reacquaints herself with the strengths that she once deemed important, and may literally rewrite her future.