From Publishers Weekly
Taking a spunky approach to self-help, Randy Peyser, the former editor-in-chief of the New Age magazine Catalyst, has written Crappy to Happy: Small Steps to Big Happiness Now. Using humor, parables and personal anecdotes, Peyser explains how readers can learn to be true to themselves, develop spirituality in their lives and cultivate personal integrity. Her advice is straightforward and jargon-free, and her emphasis is on the present. Asking for support doesn't mean you're a wimp, she says. Get all the support you need. Those with a sense of humor or those in need of one will relish Peyser's quirky book.
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About the Author
Randy Peyser is the former editor-in-chief of Catalyst, a national new-age magazine. She has a one-woman show in San Francisco called Crappy to Happy, formerly From Worrier to Warrior, during which she conducts a "New Age Flake Test," spins "The Wheel of Faulting," and dances the "Chakra-Chanting-Cha-Cha." Randy is gearing up to take her show on a nation-wide tour. This is her first book.