Sylvia & Me
Sylvia & Me
Rebecca Walker & Lily Diamond: - Co-Authors ‘What’s Your Story?: A Journal for Everyday Evolution’

Co-authors of the newly published What’s You Story? A Journal for Everyday Evolution, Rebecca Walker and Lily Diamond give us an interactive roadmap for beginning a new life story.

Rebecca Walker is an award winning writer, feminist and activist. She has contributed to the global conversation about race, gender, power and the evolution of the human family. Rebecca has written, developed and produced film and television projects with Warner Brothers, NBCUniversal, Amazon, HBO and Paramount. And she has spoken at over 400 universities and corporate campuses.

Awarded the Women Who Could Be President from the League of Women Voters, Rebecca was also named by Time magazine as one of the most influential leaders of her generation.

Rebecca has authored and edited seven bestselling books. Black White and Jewish, Autobiography of a Shifting Self and Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood After A Lifetime of Ambivalence, a memoir, are among her bestselling books. She also teaches her masterclass, The Art of Memoir. Rebecca is a graduate of Yale University.

Lily Diamond is an award winning writer, educator and wellness and rewilding advocate. Her work is focused on democratizing wellness for accessible practices…reconnecting people with their birthright to care for themselves and their communities.

Lily is the creator of the internationally beloved blog Kale & Caramel.  She is also the author of the bestselling memoir-cookbook Kale & Caramel: Recipes for Body, Heart and Table. It was named one of the top cookbooks of 2017 by the New York Times, The Independent, and Cooking Light.

A graduate of Yale University, Lily’s writings have appeared in VICE, Healthyish, the Huffington Post, Better Homes and Gardens and Eating Well.


A powerful conversation with co-authors Rebecca Walker and Lily Diamond:

  • Finding the voice
  • Writing your story – a transformative experience
  • Encountering your mind
  • Relationships with body, people, nature & technology
  • Why interactive
  • Moving through memories
  • Journaling – what you remember or how you want to remember
  • Seeking answers
  • The need to belong
  • Walking through a day in your life
  • Giving yourself permission
  • Creating the roadmap