Nicole J. Tirado November 25, 2014 Filed Under: 0 comments

I’ve always been proud of being bilingual (English and Spanish). I love learning new things and one thing I want to do during the next few years is to learn more languages. Languages are beautiful. It’s exciting to know that when you learn more languages, you are able to communicate with more people around the world.

Something I’ve done for the past few years is offer a sort of translation service to my close group of friends and translate documents from English to Spanish or from Spanish to English. It can be a tedious process, especially when it’s extensive content, but it’s very rewarding work to completely change a document and be able to read it in another language. I know there are countless of electronic translation tools like Google Translate or Bing Translator, but it’s never the same as having a real person going through the document and translating it. The tools often do a good job of translating, though it usually feels very bland when you read it, and you can tell that it was purposely done as a translation instead of going for a more personal and “reader friendly” feel.

I really admire people that offer these types of services to others, more so when they are knowledgeable of more than 2 languages. That means they have really aspired to learn as much as they can and in return they can help others. I think that’s the most important part, when you help others’ needs or requests, you feel accomplished. Who knows, maybe I can offer similar services (probably as freelance) when I’m fluent in more languages.

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Nicole J. Tirado November 24, 2014 Filed Under: 0 comments

SelectSpecs.com - Economy Glasses Review

I have had glasses for more than 7 years. I am nearsighted (myopia), so it’s essential for me to use glasses or contacts (especially when driving). I’ve had my current glasses for more than a year now and felt it was time for a change, especially when it feels like the glasses are losing their power, as I like to call it.

I had the opportunity to get a pair of glasses through SelectSpecs.com. The order process was extremely simple, I visited the Economy collection section and browsed the glasses that appealed to me the most. The ones I ended up choosing were the ICON PQ30177. These are very similar to my old glasses, I like black glasses because they go with anything so this one was the winner, especially since it had good reviews as well.

SelectSpecs.com - Economy Glasses Review

What surprised me the most about SelectSpecs is that they offer UV, Anti-Reflection and Scratch Resistance coatings to all their glasses for free. This is absolutely amazing because these coatings are usually very expensive, especially if you order all of them on the lenses.

The quality is great, which is awesome considering these are an inexpensive pair of glasses. If you take good care of them, they can last you for a really long time. The frame is comfortable and solid, and the lenses are spectacular. It’s great to be able to see clearly again.

SelectSpecs.com - Economy Glasses Review

I’m happy to say that I’m extremely satisfied with SelectSpecs’ service and products. I’ve been researching on getting a pair of sunglasses for them in the future. Most of their designs (for all their products) are very modern and appealing without being too over the top, which I love.

If you’re ever on the hunt for a pair of glasses or sunglasses, I definitely recommend them.

Disclaimer: I received the following product in exchange for a honest review. Regardless, all opinions written on the review are 100% my own.

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