On International Translation Day: A Glimpse of Who I Am

On September 30 of every year, the world celebrates Translation Day, which is Saint Jerome’s Day (the patron saint of translators, aka the Bible translator). This year’s Translation Day post […]

National Coffee Day

National Coffee Day is observed on September 29 of every year. It is used to celebrate coffee as a beverage and to promote fair trade coffee. In March 2014, the […]

Analyze.AcademicHelp.Net: Your One-Stop Shop for Hassle Free Essay Writing

Ah, how I miss my college days! However, I don’t miss all the stress and panic attacks: every time I had an essay to write, I had to address the […]

September 24: Punctuation Day

National Punctuation Day is celebrated each year on September 24 in the United States. Founded by Jeff Rubin in 2004, National Punctuation Day aims at promoting the correct usage of punctuation, where […]

What makes a Sworn Translator?

This post is inspired by a few clients I met throughout my career, the most recent one being just a couple of hours ago. They contact me for a sworn […]

Fuhgeddabboudit! 1000 New Entries in Oxford English Dictionary

Oxford English Dictionary just added 1000 new words, and they are as random and cheeseball as they can get! From MOOBS (man boobs) to YOLO (You Only Live Once), Oxford […]

Photo of the Day

That moment when your love for correct grammar, blogging and proper CV drafting are all combined in one photo LOL!