Get yourself a very (sunny) merry Xmas (aka: Happy holidays plus a little recap)

So. I guess I first of all owe everyone an apology for going AWOL for more than a month on the blog. Many know I’ve been travelling – and I really needed it. First was Thailand – a truly relaxing holiday

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Over these weeks, I still managed to write this guest post (by Olga), and this (by Kate of Clarity Language Solutions). I also wrote a new ITI Bulletin article that will come out in the first issue of  2013 – this marks more than a year of Rainy London on the magazine (thanks everyone!). Also, our next #LdnTweetUp is no. 6 and with an average attendance of 15+, I am more than proud to have started this trend.

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Why don’t you come too? Next one is already planned. Find it here.

It was not all pleasure! I did work too – with the help of my beloved poison of choice 🙂

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I met new colleagues and finally saw some old names in the flesh for the first time at #ETIM in Malaga and in NYC (photo: courtesy of La Pera; photo: courtesy of Rina Ne’eman).

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I got inspired by interesting talks and delighted by gorgeous landscapes (with a temperature ranging from +35 °C to -10 °C in a week!) Photos: New York, Stockholm (#RainyOnTheGo entry in Sweden courtesy of Paul Appleyard)

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And as Christmas approaches, here is the new release of our festive little present (by talented designer Fab of Cocorino). I give you… the 2012 Rainy Cards. If you’re lazy about clicking the previous link, here’s a snapshot!

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Did you get one? If so, flaunt it in a pic! My new year’s resolutions? Giving you at least a couple of posts to make it up to you. I promise!

-Valeria

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London-based Rainy London Translations is offering a full range of top quality interpreting, localisation, translation, consultancy and voice-overservices for both businesses and individuals. Need something else? Just ask! It may sound like a cliché, but just get in touch: what you need can be done, at a reasonable price. Valeria is also offering a 'branding' clinic service, to help freelancers find their perfect business name or polish the existing identity by finding a logo, a tagline with sound creative consultancy. Based in the City of Westminster area, the heart of London, UK, since August 2011.

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