Elizabeth Brown, 29, an associate at Rosenberg & Estis in New York, and two of her best friends are seriously considering freezing their eggs in the next few years if they’re still single. She said she loves her job and doesn’t want to tear herself away from it.
“Knowing that you can freeze your eggs, it takes so much of the pressure off,” she says of being able to focus on her career instead of going on dates every night. “I value my time and would rather go home and have a glass of wine and watch Netflix than go on a random date because I feel like I should be having kids in the next few years.”
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