After her father died suddenly during her junior year in high school, Sarah Ingmanson started to experience a string of events too uncanny to attribute to frivolous luck. This became her entry point into spiritual exploration along with its share of heart-breaking and heart-lifting earthly adventures.
Sarah always knew she was adopted, but most of what she learned about her birth parents came after the fact of her childhood. In this way, she is able to examine nature vs. nurture in a unique way.
When Sarah requested her birth papers at age 35, she was primarily interested in learning her heritage. Did her freckles mean she was Irish? Why was there so much red in her hair when she went blonde that year?
What she received answered those questions and more, including her birth name, Star. Her birth papers created a trail that would allow her to piece together her genealogy a decade later.
Taking the concept that all stars are born out of chaos, Sarah examines her life from a star perspective and encourages the reader to as well. At these intersections of desire and destiny, Once Upon a Star takes us from fairy tale beginnings to our personal earthly legends.
About the Author
Sarah writes self-help wrapped in memoir. Through her life story, she takes her readers on heart lifting and heartbreaking adventures with her signature soul-searching style. She has her MBA from Wharton, her MA in International Affairs from the Lauder Institute, and a BA from Tufts University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in International Relations and Quantitative Economics. This former equity research analyst and investment banker, professional figure skater, and Fulbright Scholar, is an award-winning fitness and figure skating competitor, author, financial advisor, and mother.
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