Tag Archives: working from home

So, you want to become a translator?

A few days ago I received the following comment in response to one of my previous posts, Becoming a real translator: you have piqued my curiosity. I have had ideas in my head for translation that I want to do … Continue reading

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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

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Clicking ‘Send’

I love the wonderful feeling of finishing a job, the liberation of clicking Send. When it’s too late to nit-pick any more, and I can stop doing my head in looking for precisely the right word for ‘desarrollo’ when ‘development’ … Continue reading

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Working from home

I work from home. Home’s a great place to work, you can stumble out of your bed and work in pyjamas if you want to, you can stop for a sandwich whenever you feel like it, and if you start … Continue reading

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