Another inspiring story of someone who is living their passion and dream of doing what they love for a living.
Sandra Lewis is the founder of Life At The Table. She asks the most important question of the day: “What’s for dinner?” Life At The Table educates, inspires and motivates people to cook and create community around the table and at home.
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