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I am grateful and honored to be awarded the Versatile Blogger Award by Ewa Erdmann, a Polish and English translator and blogger at Transliteria, one of my favorite new blogs in the translation and freelance business field. Thank you! This is an honor to share, so here it goes:
Official rules of the award
- Thank the award-giver and link back to them in your post.
- Share 7 things about yourself.
- Pass this award along to maximum 15 recently discovered blogs you enjoy reading.
- Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know about the award.
Seven things about me:
- I am a Swedish expatriate living up in the mountains in Park City, UT, USA
- I became a freelance translator in 2002 and have never looked back. I love what I do.
- My educational and professional backgroudn is in marketing and I enjoy using these skills in my business, plus sharing them with other translators.
- I love the outdoors and run, hike, ski, bike as often as I can.
- The little free time I have is devoted to my family, my friends, excercise and doing pet therapy at the hospital with my dog.
- I have always loved languages and different cultures. I have lived in 5 different countries and used to know 6 different languages.
- I enjoy socializing with likeminded people both in person and online, and social media is my new passion
There are many, many good blogs that I read. When passing on this award, however, I will limit the scope by focusing on blogs that I have just discovered, and that are fairly new blogs within my area, freelance translation business.
My nominated new blogs are:
- Catherine Translates, by Catherine Jan, @TranslateTrad
- McRoberts Translations, by Rachel McRoberts, @RMTranslations
- The Translator’s Teacup, by Rose Newell, @lingocode
- Translation and l10n for dummies, by Marta Velychko, Martav88
- Transliteria, by Ewa Erdmann, @transliteria
- Adventures in Freelance Translation, by Catherine Christaki, @LinguaGreca
- Acgtranslation, by Aga Gordon, @acgtranslation