Once upon a time, I found myself exhausted from looking for a job that would be either interesting or with a, relatively, free schedule.
As we know, these jobs don't grow on trees and there is always someone more qualified for the position than you are.
Alongside the competition, I had to face the harsh reality of putting in time and effort and receiving nothing in return.
Each and every application asked for a cover letter.
In a few months I realized that most of my hard work was in vain.
Those letters I had worked so hard to complete, probably, went to the bin without even being opened.
I registered a few new emails and created my personal set of imaginary job seekers.
Some had more academical achievements, some had a brilliant work history.
Some were pre-retirement age ladies and some were ambitious young men.
Few of those fictional characters were made ideal for the position, few could pass and few were, let's say, -delusional.
One thing they all had in common was that their puppet master-me, did not sit at the computer screen all day waiting for a new job listing to appear and to be one of the first 30-60 applicants who actually have a chance to get their e-mail read.
Writing and tailoring those letters gave me such miraculous skills at writing utter bull droppings that I decided I had to put my newly acquired skills to a good use.
And she lived, typing the words, happily ever after.
I'm willing to write on any given subject as doing research is quite enjoyable.
I can work in customer service as well, but you must remember that a cow that has once been outside in the pasture will never be happy being kept in the cattle-shed, so I will not work in an office.
Visiting occasionally to talk about the projects is acceptable, but don't expect me there on a daily basis as I like to move around quite a lot.
What I offer:
Translations LV:EN, EN:LV
Hoping for your offers to overflood my virtual mailbox,
have a great day.