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Updates and Nyamachi’s Translation Goals – October 2020

Hello readers <3

I can’t believe September is almost over! I hope everyone had a great month and that everyone in school is getting into the swing of things and not buried under readings like me ^^;

I’m making this update a bit early because…

I had a doctor’s appointment today and they said that I have tendonitis. That means I need to rest my wrists and not use the computer much (impossible with online school…-_-) or at least reduce my time typing = reduce my time translating. My wrist strain from July has come back. It’s not as bad as it was then but it’s getting worse. It got better before, and I expect it to again, but I’m going to put more effort into resting it this time. I’ll be buying a better brace, icing more, and I’m looking into speech-to-text software so that I can rest my wrists fully this time around. Hopefully, once this is set up I’ll be back to translating – a new way~

Thank you again for your kind donations. I’m very grateful. The ergonomic pads have been helping reduce the pain a lot!

Naturally, this means WHI 43 will be delayed for now. I’m sorry 🙁 I’m about 2/3rds finished translating it. Happy nonetheless to have finished 2 out of 3 TL goals for September! ^ ^

For October, my translation goals are: 

  • WHI 43 before Oct 31st (likely using speech-to-text software to complete) – Released!
  • Maybe WHI 44 if I can get all the tech stuff sorted. (Tentative as I am not tech-y. Luckily I know JimmyfromIT!)

Hope everyone stays safe and warm as the weather gets colder! <3


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  • Just sending out prayers for your full recovery. Take care and don’t overdo your limits. Think of the long term and here’s wishing you all the best for your studies.

  • Take care of your wrists and we’ll stay tuned for more delightful WHI when you can type injury-free 😁

  • Thanks Y. E. I feel a bit like a dino with stubby arms right now (one brace for each wrist) lol. I’m grateful for your patience!

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