Monthly Archives: June 2012
I’ve been indulging in a little nostalgia recently, remembering when we lived in Madrid in the ’80s, in a fourth floor flat overlooking the Rastro. The great thing about nostalgia is that you can pick and choose, and even if … Continue reading
Posted in Life in Spain Tagged kids, life in Spain, Madrid 1 Comment
Bailout? What bailout?
I don’t often stray beyond my own little world on this blog, but that doesn’t mean I don’t notice what’s going on around me. At least when I’m brave enough to take my head out of the sand for long … Continue reading
Translating vs. running a restaurant
Having been a freelance translator for 30 odd years and reluctant sidekick in my husband’s restaurant business for nearly 16, I’ve often reflected on the respective advantages and disadvantages of these two ways of earning a living. So if you’re … Continue reading
Posted in Restaurant life, Translating Tagged restaurant business, translating, working from home Leave a comment