I was born in Lancashire, north west England, and had a fantastic childhood full of hill walking, fresh air and mud. But growing up in a village where everyone knew everyone else, I couldn’t wait to get out into the world and experience new places.

As a result, I moved to Dublin at 18, went to university in London and studied in Girona for a year, before settling down in Barcelona. After seven years there I made the leap to Mexico City, and finally decided to move again in 2016 when I accepted a job in the Netherlands.

I’ve always had a passion for languages and linguistics, reading and writing. I studied Spanish and Linguistics and worked as an English teacher, freelance journalist and translator before finding my way to online content and eventually copywriting and UX writing.

Language-wise, I speak fluent Spanish and Catalan and some rusty French, and can swear and toast in a whole range of other European languages thanks to Erasmus friends and Barcelona flatmates. Dutch should be the next language added to the list, but so far the less said about my Dutch skills, the better.

When I’m not writing, I love swimming and snorkelling, travelling to new places and trying new foods, taking photos and watching football. If you’re lucky, I might even bake you a cake.

6 Responses to About

  1. Carmen Lucía Hernández says:

    Me encanta tu manera de escribir Clarita!

  2. Chuck Verhey says:

    Can Teacher’s Discovery repost one of your blog posts on our blog? I think the post “Let me die like a Mexican” is beautiful and I’d love to repost it. I will include your name and a link back to your blog. And let me know if you’re ever interested in writing an original post for us!

  3. Monique duval says:

    Amazing writing! I keep looking for the subscribe button on this site! Who doesn’t have a way to sign up to be loved? What other secret places can I find your writing? It’s like chocolate! Got to have more!

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