My work


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My advice to all freelance worker is: always answer your clients even if they will reject your service. This has happened to me. 3 weeks ago I applied on one job offer and they answered that I was late and the job is already taken. I answered kindly smth like “If you will need my service in future, feel free to contact me”. So they did.

Now I’ve got my first job. Yes, maybe they are not paying much, but I also don’t have much experience in freelance. So I am happy. That will help me to be more experienced and understand good what I need more.

Also, I noticed that I did my homework and my translation job. If you are busy all day it is not hard to organise all the fields and keep you home clean and work done. That was an advice for housewives :)))

I keep on applying to all translation resources and hope that I will get some interesting offers in future.

So congrats to me with my first job and we will see what can happen in future.


My blog


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Hi, everyone!

I want to start my own blog, but first I want to tell, that I don’t know which kind of blog it is going to be.

So, I want to tell something about myself:

  1. I am 33 years old Russian lady, live in Turkey near Istanbul.
  2. I am the one who believes that everything is possible in your life, just you need to find the right way to make these things come true.
  3. I am trying to be a freelance translator, that’s maybe the main reason why I’ve started this blog. I read in one blog that every freelance translator must have own blog, but I am not yet a translator 🙂 I have 5 years of experience in bank in Moscow, but freelance field is something different and it is hard to prove that you are good enough if you don’t have any recommendations or good comments in freelance resources. But how can I get good references if I can’t get a job?

So I will try to describe here my way to freelance translator and I hope I will have some comments that would help me to reach my dream faster.

So, let’s start!