What do you want to know about money?
Four leading women money writers – journalists, authors, bloggers – will come together for one special evening to answer your questions, from specifics to the big picture.
Vicki Robin, coauthor of the classic NYTimes bestseller, Your Money or Your Life, will share the latest on the 2018 edition. Bloggers Jamila Souffrant of Journey to Launch and Farnoosh Torabi of So Money, having covered everything personal finance for years on their podcasts, in interviews and in their writing, can answer just about any question you have. Reporter Elizabeth O’Brien, author of the spectacular Money Magazinearticle about the FIRE (financial independence retire early) movement, can put this all in the context of the big trends in personal finance. This is a rare opportunity to meet all four and dive in to personal finance strategies and into those big questions: what makes life worth living? if I didn’t have to invest all my time in making money, who would i be? what would I do?
Limited # reduced price tickets available; contact organizers.
DATE AND TIME
Thu, July 12, 2018
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
WeWork W. 57th St.
142 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
KSER Interview on Sound Living with Ed Bremer
March 30, 4-5 PM; 90.7 FM
Your Money or Your Life Launch at Whidbey Institute
April 9, 7-8:30 PM
6449 Old Pietila Road, Clinton, WA 98236
These are the “interesting times” of the oft-quoted Chinese curse. Many are fearful of what the future holds.
- How do we relate to money in such a season of tectonic change?
- How do we stay with the changes, whatever our age, when the grounding points of the old American Dream are un-moored?
- What prospects do our young people have in this gig and sharing economy when jobs are outsourced to low wage countries and now robots?
If there was ever a time to examine our relationship with money and become more resilient, it’s now.
With these complex challenges in mind, Vicki Robin, author of the classic bestseller, Your Money or Your Life, decided to do a 25th anniversary makeover and wanted to offer her community a look between the covers the week of its official release.
Some of the topics she will cover are:
- The classic 9-step program for transforming your relationship with money
- The rise of the FIRE (financial independence retire early) subculture
- What FIers (followers of the financial independence path) are investing in now
- Financial Interdependence – what is security in a connected world
- #FIforALL – an aspiration and a set of policies to transition out of the old American Dream and into the new landscape of work, purpose, identity, connections and enoughness.
There will be ample time for questions and discussion, often the richest part of an evening. Books will be for sale at the event, and Vicki will be signing them.
1st Annual Food Tank Summit in Partnership with The George Washington University, Washington D.C.
Vicki Robin joins more than 75 featured speakers from the food and agriculture field for this two-day event at the Jack Morton Auditorium. Researchers, farmers, chefs, policy makers, government officials, and students will come together for panels on topics including; food waste, urban agriculture, family farmers, farm workers, and more.
January 21 – 22, 2015 – THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Yoga for Peace: Changing the World from the Inside Out, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas
Vicki Robin will be speaking at the 8th Yoga for Peace Symposium, among fellow world-renowned speakers who have all, in their own way dedicated their lives to promoting peace and sustainability.
February 10 – 15, 2015
The Economics of Happiness Conference Portland, Oregon
Three days of plenaries, panels, interactive workshops and other participatory sessions to discuss, discover and devise better systems for now and the future. Join Vicki Robin, who will be speaking among other other thought leaders, in initiating conversation and action to build resilient communities, healthier ecosystems and equitable economies.
February 27 – March 1, 2015
Westerville Reads: 2nd Annual Community-wide Reading Program, Westerville, Ohio
Vicki Robin’s Blessing the Hands that Feed Us has been chosen as Westerville Public Library’s featured title for 2014. More information HERE.
Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE
Vicki Robin will be speaking on the Visions and Ventures Symposium Thursday, September 18 at 10am. Details HERE.
Farm Food Fork, April 5 and 6; Keynote, Process Facilitator. Nelson BC
Readings with Vicki Robin: Blessing the Hands that Feed Us
Monday, March 10, Corvallis, OR, Sustainability Town Hall, contact: Annette Mills, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition, Facilitator, amills@
As of January 2, here are the bookstores already confirmed. Lots of readings. Lots of work. Lots of networking. Lots of play. Lots of need for water and rest!
1/7 @ 5PM Langley, WA Moonraker @ Living Green
1/8@ 7PM Seattle, WA Third Place Books
1/9 @ 7PM Olympia, WA Orca Books
1/10 @7:30PM Portland Powell’s
1/13 @ 7PM Seattle, WA Elliott Bay
1/16@6PM San Francisco, CA Book Passage Ferry Building
1/17@7PM Santa Rosa, CA Copperfield’s Montgomery Village
1/18@1PM San Rafael, CA Copperfield’s
1/19@3:00PM Rockridge, CA Diesel
1/20@7PM Point Reyes, CA Point Reyes Books
1/22@7:30PM Sonoma, CA Reader’s Books
1/23@7PM Santa Cruz, CA Bookshop Santa Cruz
1/27@7PM, Vancouver, BC Banyen Books
1/28@7PM Bellingham, WA Village Books
1/29@7:30PM Denver, CO Tattered Cover LoDo Store
1/30@7:30PM Boulder, CO Boulder Books
2/4 @ 7PM Bellevue, WA University Booksore (Bellevue)
2/5 @ 6:30PM Poulsbo, WA Liberty Bay Books
2/6 @ 7:30PM Bainbridge Island, WA Eagle Harbor Books