Some time ago, I was asked to work for a theatre festival in Italy. We weren’t sure initially, as we had already done so much travelling over the months of September and October and we knew how tiring it can be. But we managed to sprinkle some holiday time into our work trip, and we are most happy we did decide to spend a week on home soil. We definitely made the most of it! We were extremely lucky with the weather. We enjoyed some stunning Autumn days and ended up spending so much time outside, taking in that very … Continue reading Just… life (as it should be)
by an interpreter married to an interpreter (the one in booth n. 4 on your left) The toothpaste rule You’ll need two separate toothpaste tubes… to avoid quarrelling over who gets to keep the toothpaste: the one who leaves or … Continue reading 10 things to know if your date/partner/spouse is an interpreter
My last flight for the next couple of weeks is finally over, and I can’t wait to get home. But you can either succumb to the umptieth-early-flight stress, or let yourself be surprised by the sun rising over the mountains covered in snow. Couldn’t help but feel a tiny bit closer to my husband who is the only one who truly managed to show me how to see the beauty in nature. Continue reading Leaving on a (jet) plane… ✈️
Our plenary week is over: now it’s time to catch the train to Basel and then head to Zurich (Chiara) and Milan (Francesco). An eventful weekend … Continue reading Time to leave Strasbourg…
What a week! I worked non-stop from Monday to Saturday. Three different meetings in three days for the EU, and one more three-day meeting on the private market, this time in Montreux, Switzerland. I was not 100% sure I would be able to come out alive, but here I am to tell the tale! More than anything, this post is meant to celebrate friendship. I was lucky enough to work with a wonderful friend who went to university in Geneva with me and with whom everything became easy, even working for a full day with an early start (7 AM!) … Continue reading Work work work… and friendships, and love
So, we’ve travelled, we’ve run…time to get back to work now, at least for one of us! Today, we are in a scorching hot Tuscany (near Grosseto) to FestAmbiente, where Chiara is working as interpreter for Philip Lymbery, author of the book “Dead Zone”. Continue reading Back to work…one of us at least!