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Irene Corchado Resmella
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Spanish Translator and Content Writer working with Legal, Marketing & Travel Companies
Spanish Translator and Content Writer working with Legal, Marketing & Travel Companies

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'El Cabezo is a farmhouse near San Martin de Trevejo which I certainly recommend, if you’re looking for accommodation in Sierra de Gata. This stunning property has views to the mountain, a rooftop area, a patio, parking space, Wi-Fi, and serves a 10/10 breakfast.'
http://www.piggytraveller.com/blog/accommodation-in-sierra-de-gata-el-cabezo/
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'Tucked away in a little corner in northwestern Extremadura and bordering Portugal lies Sierra de Gata. This mountainous and sparsely-populated land is one of the region’s remotest areas, studded with beautiful little villages that would make any rural tourism lover rub their hands with glee. This is exactly where we headed to in our recent visit to Extremadura, and the first stop in our road trip was Santibañez el Alto.'

http://www.piggytraveller.com/blog/sierra-de-gata-santibanez-el-alto/
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'Choosing a Spanish sworn translator (traductor jurado) based on quality is impossible when you have not worked with them in the past and have no way of evaluating their previous work. When you have a list of potential service providers, choosing one is not easy, and eventually it all comes down to one thing — trust. But how to know whether a translator is trustworthy?
In this article, I share some tips for assessing the trustworthiness of a Spanish sworn translator and help you choose the right professional.'

http://www.icr-translations.com/blog/tips-for-assessing-the-trustworthiness-of-a-spanish-sworn-translator/
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«Habrá muchas formas cabrearse menos e intentar mantener una actitud positiva, pero podemos empezar por una: pasando un poquito.
No me refiero a pasar de cosas importantes, sino de cosas superfluas y molestas que no nos aporten nada o sobre las que no tengamos control, para así centrar nuestra energía en lo bueno, lo positivo y lo realmente importante.
Pasar un poquito tiene una serie de ventajas:
1) Te ayuda a decir «no».
2) Te ayuda a no sentirte culpable o preocupado por decir «no».
3) Te ayuda a crear espacio mental que dedicar a otras cosas».



http://bit.ly/2nAGcpm
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Este año he tenido la suerte de visitar Nueva York. Es una ciudad increíble con muchísimo que ver y, como pasa con todas las ciudades increíbles con mucho que ver, elegir qué ver y hacer es una tarea complicada. Porque tienes que elegir. Nueva York no es un sitio que veas en solo unos días, así que hay que leer, elegir y priorizar cosas para aprovechar el viaje al máximo.

Esta entrada no pretende ser una guía exhaustiva de Nueva York, sino simplemente servir de referencia a aquellos que planeen su primer viaje a la Gran Manzana y se vean abrumados a la hora de crear su lista de lugares que ver y sus itinerarios.

http://thecuriolancer.com/viajes/estados-unidos/nueva-york-para-primerizos-que-ver-en-siete-dias/
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«Unos procesos claros y bien documentados facilitan mucho las cosas. Si tus colaboradores ven que no tienes intención alguna de mejorar unos procesos engorrosos, acabarán por buscar otros clientes tarde o temprano.

Una buena comunicación garantiza que las cosas funcionen y todo el mundo sepa lo que tiene que hacer y cuál es el próximo paso, mientras que una mala comunicación da lugar a malentendidos y frustración y pérdida de tiempo.

Del mismo modo que esperas que tus colaboradores entreguen los proyectos a tiempo, ellos esperan recibir los pagos a tiempo según las condiciones pactadas. Es algo obvio, pero no siempre se cumple.

A continuación comparto algunos consejos y unas buenas prácticas relacionados con los puntos arriba mencionados para mantener una buena relación profesional con tus colaboradores autónomos».

http://bit.ly/2IZQNT2
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Today, I’m sharing with you a selection of destinations and itinerary ideas to help you organise day trips from Merida. The places have been divided into two categories: full day trips and combined trips. ‘Full day trips’ are places with enough to see and do to keep you busy for a full day, while ‘combined trips’ include two smaller separate places you can visit in a single day trip. To avoid spending too much time on the road, I’ve only selected places that can be reached by car from Merida within 1 hour.
http://bit.ly/2JTzSTj
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'Some companies run out of content ideas or don’t have the capacity to produce enough original content in a certain language. They often decide to get a batch of blog posts translated. The purpose is to keep publishing articles on a regular basis until they hire additional in-house writers or find reliable freelance content writers for regular collaboration. If you assign translation projects to people with no professional experience as translators, they may not know what to do with things like titles, names of institutions or monuments or cultural references. You risk receiving literal translations not suitable for the target audience.

A professional translator doesn’t skip the research stage of the process and makes sure the target text is fit for purpose. That means, cutting out irrelevant or inappropriate expressions, looking for alternative cultural references, checking links, rewriting whole paragraphs, choosing a completely different title for the article or replacing images, if necessary.'

http://bit.ly/2IUv5o0
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