|Today is your last chance for 3 things...||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Craig Ragland (craigraglandgmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 09:48:12 -0700 (PDT)|
(1) to consider the rest of your life from this particular moment in history... What will your life be like in 2 years, in 5 years, in 10 years? It largely depends on the decisions you make about how to spend your time and who to spend it with. We sometimes forget that these are quite easy to change if you are open to outcome and willing/able to take action. Perhaps you will decide to embrace a life in cohousing? Perhaps you will soon meet the people you'll be living with? (2) to take advantage of the current opportunities in Cohousing... Property prices are low (relative to the current value of the dollar) - so its a great time to capture property for future cohousing projects. There have also never been so many cohousing homes for resale at great prices. To take advantage of these specific situations requires courage, as doom-and-gloom prevails in the news. If you are able to purchase Cohousing-related property today, you may well look back and realize what a good decision it was. If you already live in cohousing, you can learn from more experienced cohousers than ever before. Our numbers keep expanding and, as is obvious from Coho-L, MANY of us are eager to help those along on their coho-journey. (3) to receive discounted registration for the 2010 Natl Cohousing Conference (June 16-20th in Boulder, CO)... Conference registration prices are about to increase by $40-$100. You can see the countdown clock and register right here: http://www.cohousing.org/2010/registration Our conferences are highly educational, lots of fun, and will help you with the first two items. To learn more about the conference overall: http://www.cohousing.org/2010 We now have almost 250 people registered for the conference, including almost all of the people you know best from the coho-books, the coho-websites, and many who post on Coho-L. For example, do you want to meet the famous Sharon Villines? Come and take advantage of her two workshop sessions: Sociocracy http://www.cohousing.org/2010/program/sociocracy Reserve Studies http://www.cohousing.org/2010/program/reserves (note: click on either of these to see a photo of Sharon) You can see many other familiar names on the program schedule: http://www.cohousing.org/2010/program Both of Sharon's workshops are on Saturday, so the Saturday-only option will let you attend both. If you register today, your cost will be $189. If you wait until tomorrow, it goes up $40 to $229. If you want the full, no-holds-barred conference experience, you will register for one of the Cohousing University courses and the full conference. If you do this today, your cost will be $599. If you wait until tomorrow, it goes up to $699. If you do come to Boulder, you'll join with those of us who are most actively involved in growing and strengthening the Cohousing movement. Not only will your voice join the choir, but your registration will help support the Cohousing Association and our work on behalf of those to come as we create a more sustainable society, one neighborhood at a time. In community, Craig Ragland Coho/US Exec. Dir. http://www.cohousing.org/conference
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