1. Realize that there is not always a tomorrow for everyone that you encounter. Treat each and every meeting with someone as your last with them. It may be. Even if you stayed in the place where you were born and raised, people, friends and family come and go. In my case, I left two countries that are home to both family and close friends to start a life in my husband’s country where I have met new family and made new friends. Unfortunately, I have not been able to see the many family and friends that I would have… Read more.
Author Archive for: Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti
Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti is multillingual, has lived on three continents and is a 32-year-old world traveler. She was educated in the U.S. and in the Philippines.
She is a former model, flight attendant, and substitute teacher and currently the stay-at-home mother of two preschoolers and one toddler, a volunteer chiropractic health coach, the social media manager and online/English marketing specialist of her husband’s busy chiropractic practice, a member of the Benvenuto International Women’s Club of Monza, Italy and a contributing writer for its official publication, the Monza News, and also to AmazingWomenRock.com.
She is a strong believer of freedom, individuality, and peace. For more from Jeannie, check out her column at Examiner.com.
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