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Sandra Champlain

"What are your dreams?" and "What are you passionate about?" would be the first two questions Sandra Champlain would ask you if you met her.

Sandra whole-heartedly believes that we each have a gift to offer, in our lifetime. But what is that gift? So many of us do not know and may be living life unhappy in their jobs and their relationships. What would your life be like if you were happy in all that you do? Having great relationships with people, loving your job and doing the things you are passionate about? Bringing out the best in others is why Sandra feels she is on the planet!

Sandra's first CD, "The Law of Chocolate," has become an overnight success. She humorously tells 'the story of chocolate,' where it first came from and how it is made into the scrumptious goodies you enjoy. She continues with the health benefits of chocolate and how destroying the rainforests is literally causing the chocolate supply on earth to suffer. If something isn't done, chocolate will be an 'endangered species,' so to speak, and will be quite expensive to consume. She includes a couple of inspiring stories of chocolate pioneers with the hidden message of "never give up on your dreams." In addition, she includes The Law of Chocolate meditation, a unique visualization using proven techniques, to bring about the results you want in your life, playfully adding "by eating chocolate."

Sandra is a chef who graduated top in her class from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (the CIA), in Hyde Park, New York in 1987. For the past 25 years she's worked alongside her mother, Marion Champlain, cooking for race car teams around the United States and Canada. Their business, Marion's Hospitality, currently feeds several hundred people during race weeks for the American LeMans and Grand-Am series of automobile racing. For more information, see

In 1991, Sandra opened The Kent Coffee and Chocolate Company, in Kent, Connecticut. Truffles were always Sandra's specialty, and for the past 20 years her delectable recipe is served along with assorted chocolates, coffees, teas, muffins, cookies and biscotti in a small town just an hour and a half drive north of New York City. To taste one of these truffles, please visit

After the death of Sandra's grandmother and father, she has been passionate about studying the grieving process. "How to Survive Grief" will be Sandra's next CD. Keep an eye out for it at

With Sandra, all dreams ARE possible. Please be watching for what's next with Sandra and feel free to email her at SCHAMPL578@AOL.COM