Jessica is a typical 26 year old: she has man trouble, mom trouble and not a clue what to do with her life. After a lifetime of being babied, she doesn't trust herself to make the right choices, so she bases all of her life decisions on signs - from the direction her Virgin-de-Guadalupe sways to what her psychic sees in the cards. When her sort-of boyfriend Guillermo, disappoints her again, Jess thinks it's time to call it quits but to be sure, she checks in with Madame Hortensia who confirms her decision. Right on cue, Jess meets Jonathan - the complete opposite of Guillermo; he's successful, has a stable job...and white. Jess isn't sure if Jonathan is really the change Madame Hortensia saw. Sure he gives great career advice but is he advising her on a career she actually wants? And yes he's all about commitment but is it Jess or her mother who really wants marriage? Jess runs back to Madame Hortensia for advice but even she is out of answers. Now there's only one thing that's certain: no one - not her mother, her sister, her boyfriend or her psychic - can tell her what to do.
For once Jess will have to take the plunge and make her own decisions if she wants to have any future at all.