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Sandy Peckinpah

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Sandy Peckinpah is the author of 4 books, including the multi-award winning, “How to Survive the Worst that Can Happen.” Her articles on resilience are featured in Huffington Post, Thrive Global and Medium. Sandy was forced to “re-invent” herself after several devastating life events. Sandy is a broadcaster on Periscope, having done over 350 shows, sharing her passion for helping people rise up and transition through life’s difficult challenges to be successful and happy. Her step-by-step approach to living a creative life has resulted in several of her clients now having published books, and more importantly, having discovered they have a legacy to share.

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How to Survive the Worst That Can Happen: A Parent’s Step

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The Powerful Pause… Rediscovering a Place Called Home

Finding peace and serenity in unexpected places during the quarantine.

I never knew my house before… until it became my world. 


I’ve walked the rooms a million times over, but I never really appreciated it, or the surroundings I call my neighborhood. 


Now, because of Covid-19, it’s my everything. It’s become my refuge, my serenity, my safe haven. It’s become my workspace, my afternoon café, my backya

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How to Survive the Worst Th...

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Are You Too Sensitive?: Why...

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No Stress Travel, How to Bo...

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A Woman's Manifesto: Princi...

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Discover Your Heart’s Desire

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This has lots of juicy inspiration and revelations for the creative! I enjoyed it. I highlighted several passages and often refer to it when writing my articles on creativity.
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What do you mean the third dimension is going away? by Jim Self
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Dancing to an Irish Reel by Claire Fullerton
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Once in awhile, a book comes along that lures you to remember what it’s like to be adventurous, free, and at the cusp of self-discovery. Claire Fullerton is a skilled and passionate writer who beautifully marries the culture and elements of Ireland w ...more
Dancing to an Irish Reel by Claire Fullerton
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Dancing to an Irish Reel by Claire Fullerton
"My favorite kind of book is one where I feel like the narrator is speaking only to me, and “Dancing to an Irish Reel” is just that! Reading this book had me feeling like I was sitting talking to a friend; its tone is so immediately intimate as the na" Read more of this review »
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