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LA Janssen
Works at Resilient Global Transitions JCG
Lived in Netherlands, remain Global in spirit
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Sometimes the best career choice for an accompanying expat partner is to create your own business. And sometimes, it's teaming up with a like-minded soul...
#resilience   #business   #entrepreneur   #partnership   #smallbusiness   #smallbiz   #expat   #expatriate  

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Sometimes we focus so much on the hard work, change and yes, even loss, associated with building a new life. Flipping over the coin, we gain the gift of reinvention
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Now that the dust has settled on 2014 New Year's resolutions, I thought I'd share on how I changed the focus of mine this year

#transitions   #change   #writing   #blogging   #expat   #repatriation  #TCK #crosscultural #mindfulness
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Another good column from #expat   #author   #blogger   #writer  Jack the Hack of Perking the Pansies fame on The Displaced Nation. If you're #writing, he's got a series on why you should be #blogging
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Three months into repatriation, and in terms of emotional, physical and social well being, how's it going?
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Sometimes a news item stays with you, not out of prurient interest, but a nagging sense of connection. #intercultural   #transitions   #FIGT14  #loss #change   #expat  
Sometimes a news item stays with you until you’ve examined the various facets of connection revealed within.
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In my series 'Re-entry Reality' I look at progress made - or not - in several life areas after repatriation. Here's what's been going on in the #work   #career   #nonfiction  areas
Since repatriation my career adjustments have been a work in progress. Here’s why…
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In the latest entry in my Expats A to Z series, I tackle the need for patience when dealing with #transitions #change and #identity - especially identity congruence - alignment of four different perspectives of yourself. Have a look and tell me what you think .

#expat   #repatriate   #TCK  #cross-cultural #culture  
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Loved what +Anastasia Ashman of +GlobalNiche had to say about TERE - thanks indeed!
#resilience   #expatlife   #expatriation   #transitions   #global   #travel  
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How long does it take to decorate a home with a lifetime's collection of remembrances?
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I really believe in the message (fighting domestic violence and sexual assault while aiding the victims of both) behind Paula Lucas's memoir Harvesting Stones: An American Woman's International Journey to Survival. So much so, I wrote this review, now available on ExpatArrivals.com

http://www.expatarrivals.com/article/book-review-harvesting-stones
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    Resilience & Cross-Cultural Transitions Consultant, 2014 - present
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American author, writer and recently repatriated expat after four years living in the Netherlands. Tackling what can be the toughest cross-cultural transition of all - repatriation - when you and everything around you has changed. Building a new life with Husband, Daughter, Son (when home), our dopey dog and perpetually startled cat. These days parenting Son - away at university - is still from the afar but at least in the time country, culture and time zone.
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Netherlands, remain Global in spirit