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Robin Finn, MPH, MA, is an award-winning writer, teacher, and coach, and the founder of Heart. Soul. Pen.® women’s writing workshops, blending wellness, writing, and radical self-expression for women, and Hot Writing™ where midlife and menopause inspire the desire to say what you mean without apologizing. As a writer, Robin’s (very personal) personal essay on a humorous moment of midlife parenting, When Our Daughter Walked In On us, became on of The New York Times Most Read Stories of 2019. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, BuzzFeed, the Jewish Telegraphic AgencyBBC radioand more. She is the author of the novel, Restless in L.A. (2017, InkSpell), and the upcoming, Heart. Soul. Pen.: Find Your Voice on the Page and in Your Life (2024, Morehouse Publishing).  A cum laude graduate of UCLA, Robin holds master’s degrees in public health from Columbia University and in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Her writing journey began when she and her child with ADHD were kicked out of Mommy & Me, prompting her to cast off mom judgment, reclaim her voice as a writer, and encourage other women to do the same. Robin lives in Los Angeles where she writes about midlife, spirituality, the creative process, and finding inner peace (sort of). She is a longtime advocate for children with ADHD and learning differences.


Robin Finn MPH, MA, is an award-winning writer, teacher, and author of the new book, ‘Heart. Soul. Pen.: Find Your Voice on the Page and in Your Life’ (Morehouse Publishing, April 30, 2024). Her work has appeared in national and international press, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. She teaches at UCLA Extension Writer’s Program and holds master’s degrees in public health from Columbia University and in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Robin lives in Los Angeles with her family.

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Robin Finn asks, “What Just Happened?” 

Robin asked Los Angeles mothers, What just happened? Over the past two years of lockdown, homeschooling, illness, isolation, and work instability due to the COVID-19 pandemic, women bore the brunt of caring for others, including children, grandchildren, parents, friends, and co-workers. Finn believes these historical narratives need to be explored, captured, and shared so she created a writing workshop “What Just Happened? Mothering Through the Pandemic and Beyond,” and a grant from the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs made it a reality.


Unlocking Creativity through writing and Parenting Neurodivergent Children: Insights from Award Winning Author Robin Finn

In addition to delving into the stigma surrounding neurodiversity and the challenges within the educational system, we engage in thought-provoking discussions on the nuanced experiences of parenting neurodivergent children.


Heart, Soul, Pen with Robin Finn | Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin

In this episode we discussed:


  • the therapeutic benefits of writing and journaling
  • importance of finding your voice, particularly as a high achieving woman
  • the value of sharing in a writing community

Heart. Soul. Pen. Author Discussion with Midstory Magazine/The HerStories Project

In this conversation, we talk about:

  • Robin’s publication journey with this book

  • Her proposal and book writing process

  • How this book is different from other writing guides

  • Her Heart.Soul.Pen writing groups, and a lot more.


Finding Your Voice Through a Pen

When Robin Finn put her thoughts down on paper, she had no idea so many people would be interested in what she had to write. After all, she was just writing about her life parenting a child with ADHD. But she soon discovered that so many parents related to her and what she was going though. And she realized that writing can bring people from all over the world together.

She believes everyone can write, regardless of your background or experience. And through writing, Robin says you can change your life. Don’t think. Just write.


 Little Visioneers Blog: Little Visioneers invited Robin to be a guest blogger on their website to share more about her upcoming book.

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