About me

About me

Words have fascinated me forever. I was an early talker and an early debater, with tons of verbal energy yearning to be consumed. Excitedly. Logical and sensitive at the same time, I kept feeding my inquisitive urges, with the tremendous joy of grasping myriads of things - and yet never enough - of the marvelous world around me.

When having to make a choice from so many interests, I went for the one that thrilled me the most. My love and sense of words, meanings and a certain music and texture within and in between. I became a philologist, academically trained in foreign languages and literatures - English and French.

I have been a certified translator and interpreter for more than 20 years and this was my basic profession for quite a long time. Completed by content writing and some other secondary activities that I developed while working for the web company co-owned with my soon-to-be ex husband. 

This allowed my skills to flourish in such diverse areas, from accounting and human resources, marketing and contracting, to online training on CMS usage and some junior assignments in web design, coding and testing.

When I became a mother, I took a long break and dedicated myself to raising my son. While cheerfully helping him to decipher the world, his exuberance in exploring and questioning everything he could grasp made me long for discoveries. Or redescoveries. I simply want more freedom in expressing myself – emotions, values and concerns altogether.

There is so much knowledge that we accumulate with age, whether we want it or not! Why not put it to work in redefining our professional selves as well? So I've decided to channel all my experience and fascination with words and ideas into content writing, with a special interest in literature and arts, parenting and self-development, travel, nature and environment.

 

 

About me

About me

Words have fascinated me forever. I was an early talker and an early debater, with tons of verbal energy yearning to be consumed. Excitedly. Logical and sensitive at the same time, I kept feeding my inquisitive urges, with the tremendous joy of grasping myriads of things - and yet never enough - of the marvelous world around me.

When having to make a choice from so many interests, I went for the one that thrilled me the most. My love and sense of words, meanings and a certain music and texture within and in between. I became a philologist, academically trained in foreign languages and literatures - English and French.

I have been a certified translator and interpreter for more than 20 years and this was my basic profession for quite a long time. Completed by content writing and some other secondary activities that I developed while working for the web company co-owned with my soon-to-be ex husband. 

This allowed my skills to flourish in such diverse areas, from accounting and human resources, marketing and contracting, to online training on CMS usage and some junior assignments in web design, coding and testing.

When I became a mother, I took a long break and dedicated myself to raising my son. While cheerfully helping him to decipher the world, his exuberance in exploring and questioning everything he could grasp made me long for discoveries. Or redescoveries. I simply want more freedom in expressing myself – emotions, values and concerns altogether.

There is so much knowledge that we accumulate with age, whether we want it or not! Why not put it to work in redefining our professional selves as well? So I've decided to channel all my experience and fascination with words and ideas into content writing, with a special interest in literature and arts, parenting and self-development, travel, nature and environment.

 

 

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