Translation and Sustainable Living

June 19, 2014

I’ve just finished a Social Media Marketing course with a view to expanding my business OneWorld Language Services. I’ve always thought of my “lifestyle” and this blog as something very separate from my career and it never occurred to me, until now, to mention the fact that I’m a translator. I am. My name is Lorna and I’m a translator. I love translating … especially all things sustainable 🙂

Working as a translator (Spanish to English) is actually a huge part of my life, as is being a mother and living off-grid. So maybe, just maybe. it deserves a mention on this blog. Sustainable living and all things “eco” is what I’m passionate about and, by extension, it’s what I love to translate about. The website is in the pipeline but for the meantime. my online translation home is here:

There, my secret’s out!


2 Responses to “Translation and Sustainable Living”

  1. Lucinda Lee said

    Wow, would love to hear more about your living off grid. Well done, is it a challenge? Would love to read a blog post about it. Have subscribed so I don’t miss out on any posts 🙂

    • lornadonoghue said

      Hi Lucy … Living off grid is VERY satisfying most of the time but does pose some challenges, particularly in wintertime. Will try to write a post on that soon 🙂 PS. Love your new soaps.

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