Those who know me from Instagram have noticed that I often use the hashtag #interpreterslife, which is probably the richest in content related to conference interpreters’ professional life.
The nature of my profession binds me with a non-disclosure code and although as an interpreter I often witness incredible things, I have always conformed to professional ethics providing the utmost respect for my clients/partners personal and business space. As I believe all my esteemed colleagues do too. Yet, outside of this self-inflicted censure, there are a lot of wonderful things to show and twice as many curious thoughts to share.
So off to Portugal for a week, but hold your horse, please :D.
As you can see the logo of the Presidency still stands at the tower since my trip was in the beginning of June. I have been tempted for awhile now to write a post (an article rather) about the Presidency, but I still try to find my way about it. I want it to be respectful and discreet enough, and at the same time enticing and educating. It’s quite unfortunate that many people didn’t think it worthwhile to try to grasp what this stage of Bulgaria’s State Life was actually about, nor the some of the greatest achievements of our country in recent history, nor the new context we live in. I’ll think about it :).
Arriving at Munich Airport. I’ll spare you the technical details, but the important point is that this trip to Portugal was epic in its own right :D. The flight was Sofia – Munich, Munich – Seville (Spain) and then a three hour journey on land to Albufeira (Portugal). At the end of the day I and the delegates too were utterly exhausted, but, nevertheless, the complicated logistics allowed us to see and most importantly – taste the amazing Seville, plus I’m somehow into such action trips. My job itself is often similar to an action movie, so :D.
I adore flying, sometimes the scenery is just out of this world.
It’s hard to grasp how much Earth changes in a few hours. <3
Welcome to the warm shades of Seville.
It was a long day and we’re still far away from Algarve :D.
The journey continues with arriving at Salgados Palace | Algarve, Portugal.
Have a dynamic day today,
Interpreting Health is about beauty, but mind you – the beauty of will and the beauty of change.
My late 20’s proved quite turbulent and I had to change many things. Ultimately, I have lost 70 kg | 154 lbs (don’t pass out on me, please :D) and for five years now I’ve committed myself to the gym (former layabout) and a healthy diet (forever cursed to fight binge eating). I’m intrigued by language, working with words is both my passion and a career. I try to go for a light-hearted style and interesting topics. I speak about my life, views and my weight-loss journey in particular, and how it made me stronger and more focused, changed my perspective on life and helped me open a new chapter of myself. But essentially, I want to motivate you, and myself, for even more lovely change.
On a different note, I am a December baby, a Conference Interpreter, Sofia University Graduate, a budding entrepreneur and as a Horoscope once wrote – a staunch Sagittarius.
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