One more Thing Before You Go …In this episode we’re going to have a conversation about grief, coping, and spirituality and why it is so important to recognize and allow it into our lives after loss. Jennifer Alemany lost her boyfriend 2 years ago, started to journal a few months after his passing and 5 months later had a few transformational revelations, and a brand new book on her hands. We are also going to chat about her life-changing experience with grief, spirituality growth, and that life transformation after losing the love of her life. I’m your host Michael Herst and this is That Thing About Love, Loss, and Looking at Life Differently.
After receiving her Associate degree, Jennifer went on to be a live-in Nanny for a little over a year while she decided which direction to take her career in. While working towards her Bachelor degree, Jennifer started her career in the field of Human Resources. For the past 22 years, Jennifer has paved her own path in that space and has been very successful in both the academic and corporate worlds. During her professional career, Jennifer has and continues to mentor high school and college age students, along with young adults just starting their career journeys.
After losing the love of her life two years ago, she began to transform her life through loss and her first book, Mark My Love was born. She speaks openly about her grieving process and being okay with not being okay sometimes. In her memoir, she explores love, loss, and looking at life differently.
Optimal wellness is important to Jennifer, she has been practicing yoga for 13 years. Jennifer is a spiritualist and has been meditating for over 10 years. Jennifer enjoys listening to all kinds of music, she also enjoys going to the ballet, Broadway shows, and concerts. Jennifer loves cooking, she enjoys trying new recipes to expand her horizons. She currently lives in New York City with her dog Leo Luna. Mark My Love is her first book.