Gretchen Rubin Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Sister, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Books

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Gretchen Rubin Biography and Wiki

Gretchen Rubin is a famous American Times bestselling author, blogger, and speaker. Her books include The Four Tendencies, Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and Happier at Home.

Gretchen Rubin Education

She went to Pembroke Hill School. She attended Yale University for her undergraduate and law degrees.

Gretchen Rubin Age

How old is Rubin? She is 57 years old as of 2022. She was born Gretchen Craft Rubin on 15 December in 1965 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States.

Gretchen Rubin Ethnicity and Nationality

Rubin is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, United State of America. She is of white ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. ALSO READ: Jordan Fisher

Gretchen Rubin Family | Parents and Sister

She was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, United State of America, the daughter of Karen Craft and Jack Craft, a lawyer at the firm of Craft, Fridkin & Rhyne. Her sister Elizabeth Craft is a producer and writer who has worked on shows like The Fix, 666 Park Avenue, and The Shield

Gretchen Rubin Husband and Married

Rubin lives in Manhattan’s Upper East Side with her husband, Brookings Institution senior fellow James (“Jamie”) Rubin (son of former Clinton-administration Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs CEO Robert Rubin). The couple has two daughters; Eliza Rubin and Eleanor Rubin.

Gretchen Rubin’s Net Worth

Rubin has an estimated net worth of $ 1.2 Million.

Gretchen Rubin Writing Career

Rubin is a writer who specializes in topics such as habits, happiness, and human nature. Better Than Before, Happier at Home, and The Happiness Project are all New York Times bestsellers. Rubin’s novels have sold over two million print and online copies in over thirty languages throughout the world., her daily blog, chronicles her journeys in the quest for habits and happiness. Gretchen Rubin talks about good habits and happiness with her sister Elizabeth Craft, a television writer in Los Angeles, in her monthly podcast Happier with Gretchen Rubin. Brian Lamb of the television show Booknotes interviewed Rubin on August 10, 2003.

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The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Have More Fun is her first book. Rubin’s follow-up book, Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon a Project, Read Samuel Johnson, and Other Experiments in the Practice of Everyday Life, was released on September 4, 2012. Power Money Fame Sex: A User’s Guide, her third book, mocked self-help books by dissecting and revealing the strategies utilized to exploit those with worldly desires. Setting attainable goals and breaking down chores into little steps are recommended in her book Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits—to Sleep More, Quit Sugar, Procrastinate Less, and Generally Build a Happier Life.

The “forty ways” format is used in her two biographies, Forty Ways to Look at Winston Churchill and Forty Ways to Look at JFK, to explore the intricacies of these two great personalities and to highlight the limits of biography. On September 12, 2017, her book, The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life (and Other People’s Lives) Better, was released. Rubin contributed to the creation of the “Joy Index” in 2017, a list of the ten “most cheerful” destinations to visit based on a variety of “happiness variables.” She released a new book, Outer Order: Inner Calm, in March 2019, in which she continues to explore the link between happiness and personal routines.

Gretchen Rubin Books

  • Forty Ways to Look at Winston Churchill:
  • Forty Ways to Look at JFK. New York:
  • Power Money Fame Sex:
  • Profane Waste.
  • The Happiness Project:
  • Have More Fun. New York, NY:
  • Happier at Home:
  • Life. New York, NY:
  • Better Than Before:
  • Happier Life. New York, NY:
  • The Four Tendencies:
  • Outer Order, Inner Calm. New York, NY: