Is Interlingua Better than Esperanto or Viceversa? A Close-up on Constructed Languages

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. To answer the question in the title, no language is better than the other because each serves different purposes. Both esperanto and interlingua aim to aid communication among people from different countries and cultures and both are constructed languages. But first, what are constructed languages? A Brief

Communication Strategies for Freelancers Dealing with Difficult Clients: Micromanagers, Late Payers and More

As bills pile up on your doorstep, rent/mortgage is due and your clients are making your life impossible, you start wondering why you have to endure all this. Freelancing should be about having more freedom and more flexibility, including being able to choose whom to work with. There are some strategies that you can put

Best Green Capitals in Europe

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. Inspired by an article by European Best Destinations, I thought that it would be interesting to find out which locations in Europe are best suited for those who appreciate the great outdoors and low pollution while working and travelling abroad. The article mentioned above selected these European

What’s the Daily Routine of Translators?

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. In the second issue of The Linguist Magazine there is an interesting piece about how professional translators plan their days. “A day in the life” is a popular trend on social media as it gives you a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes and you