This series of posts was inspired by Lifehacker’s How I Work series, which I’ve been reading for quite some time and thoroughly enjoy. It’s about time we discover how our colleagues work and get to know them a little better.
If you want to participate in this fun series, send us an email at email@example.com so we can send you the Word template where you can fill in your answers and your bio (incl. your site/blog/social media links) and then send it back to us as an attachment along with your photo (optional but preferred). If you don’t like any of the questions, just delete them and add your own. You can read the previous interviews here.
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Desired location: Rome, Italy
Current work title: Freelance translator/reviser/business owner
Desired work title: The above
Languages you have studied or currently speak: Swedish, English, Italian
The project you’re most proud of: The translation of the articles of association for an Italian company
Your current computer setup: HP ProBook with Windows 7
Do you own a smartphone? An iPhone
Favorite time of the day: Before lunch
Favorite gadget (apart from computer & smartphone): I use my iPhone for everything. I own an iPad, but have basically never used it.
How many hours per day do you usually work: 6-7
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Extrovert
Are you an early-riser or a night-owl? Used to be a night-owl, but since I had kids I’m neither.
What do you listen to while you work? I work in a place together with 30 other freelancers so I listen to them.
And a few non-work related questions to get more personal 🙂
Your babies or pets, incl. names and ages: A daughter of 3,5 called Leia and a son of 2,5 called Vilhelm
Next city/country you want to visit: New York
Favorite vacation place: Rome
Favorite book: One hundred years of solitude
Favorite song: So hard to pick one. I guess one would be Hit N’ Run by a Swedish artist called Christian Walz
What are you currently reading? Would love to read something, but can’t keep my eyes open long enough when I go to bed.