That's pretty bizarre when talking about women's lives. And not just her own.
The weirdest part is that she says "women leave the workforce for long streches" and never once mentions why women do that. You may be thinking "well, yes, because it's obvious," but she goes on to say:
"The solution: don't leave the workforce."
... Without ever acknowledging that this means either not having children, or letting somebody else raise them. Day care from day one. This is unacceptable to a lot of people. But if you blink and miss it, her argument seems perfectly sensible. Those irrational womenfolk, leaving the workforce for "long stretches" just to play beer pong!
She recommends that New York women stay in the workforce and date "starving artists." Is she recommending that the menfolk raise the kids? Maybe, but who knows? It's a central issue in most women's lives but it's never even mentioned in the article.