50 Hubs And 50 Hubbers
Reaching A Milestone
I have reached the milestone of writing 50 hubs. Somehow I feel a satisfaction, but somehow I don't. I should have written better hubs. I should not have written that many poems. My intention was to write informative hubs. I have written a couple of those, and it took me an eternity. Doing research is interesting, but it takes so much time. I prefer to write personal hubs and along this journey of writing hubs, I have discovered that I need to write about my thoughts, and it seems that they often come out as poetry. Writing on HubPages is about getting to know people, but it's also about getting to know myself.
Right now I feel there are thousands of things I want to say in this hub. What I really want to say is that during my time so far on HubPages, I have met so many talented people and wonderful writers. I follow many hubbers, but these 50 writers I'm going to mention in this hub have written hubs that capture my interest because they stand out from the crowd. Some of these hubbers have been supporting me and encouraged me to write more. Thank you all for making HubPages a nice place. I chose 50 of the hubbers I follow, because this is my hub #50. Starting from A ...
#1 Just like Allen Williams, I want to write hubs that people remember.
#2 Just like Alocsin, I want to write well researched hubs that reach out to many readers.
#3 Just like Anamika S, I want to capture my readers with a range of different subjects.
#4 Just like Ardie, I want to write hubs that are useful if you have kids.
#5 Just like billybuc, I want to teach people to enjoy their lives as it is right now, and to live by the PIPO rule. Billybuc deserves more than one sentence in this hub. He has done so much to support me and he is the kindest and most helpful person I've met on HubPages. He's simply the best.
#6 Just like Daisy Mariposa, I want to be ”the mother” you look up to and learn from.
#7 Just like Deborah Brooks, I want to make comments that make you feel warm inside.
#8 Just like Docmo, I want cheer up my friends with beautiful poems and hilarious photos.
#9 Just like Eiddwen, I want to write inspirational hubs (She should still be here on HubPages).
#10 Just like epigramman, I want to be able to write poems about things nobody could ever imagine.
#11 Just like euro-pen, I want to write interesting travelling hubs.
#12 Just like fphrj48, I want to be that always supporting hubber, making kind comments.
#13 Just like goldenbird, I want to touch people with fine poetry. I'm not sure what happened to his poems.
#14 Just like homesteadbound, I want to write interesting hubs.
#15 Just like iamaudraleigh, I want to make comments that put smile on faces.
#16 Just like jeannieinabottle, I want to write about anything from plumbing to smileys.
#17 Just like Jkenny, I want to show how much I love the nature and write about different cultures.
#18 Just like jonmcclusk, I want to write emotional, heartfelt poetry. I feel a connection to Jon and his way of writing poetry.
#19 Just like Josh3418, I want to write funny and entertaining hubs.
#20 Just like JSMatthew, I want to learn all about how HubPages work and teach it to my followers.
#21 Just like Just Ask Susan, I want to produce quality hubs all the time.
#22 Just like kelleyward, I want to write useful hubs about eating healthy.
#23 Just like lord de cross, I want to be a loyal follower.
#24 Just like Lucky Cats, I want to write hubs about my favourite interest – cats.
#25 Just like MartieCoetser, I want to find funny ways of writing hubs.
#26 Just like Marye Audet, I want to be a professional writer.
#27 Just like melbel, I want to write hubs showing how smart I am.
#28 Just like Melovy, I want to write useful recipe hubs.
#29 Just like Missolive, I want to be able to help people with the layout of their hubs.
#30 Just like Nare Anthony, I want to be like a young, fresh breeze blowing on HubPages.
#31 Just like Pamela99, I want to show my support to my followers.
#32 Just like Paul Edmondson, I want to come up with a great idea like founding HubPages.
#33 Just like peeples, I don't want my past to have a negative impact on me.
#34 Just like peoplepower73, I still want to keep writing years after my retirement.
#35 Just like poojasd7, I want to write great hubs already as a newcomer.
#36 Just like randomcreative, I would like to be random creative and write about it.
#37 Just like Rolly A. Chabot, I want to capture my readers with a series of hubs.
#38 Just like SanneL, I want to have the courage to write like she does (I miss her on HubPages).
#39 Just like Sharyn's Slant, I want to participate actively in discussions.
#40 Just like Simone Smith, I want to have the power to control HubPages.
#41 Just like Sunshine625, I want to have that positive attitude in life and put other people first. She is one of my greatest inspirations and I love her smile. :)
#42 Just like Sweetsusieg, I want to be nice and sweet to people.
#43 Just like tammyswallow, I'd like to have many, many followers.
#44 Just like thougtforce, I want to show people the Nordic way of living.
#45 Just like tillsontitan, I want to be able to write 30 hubs in 30 days.
#46 Just like TToombs08, I want to make encouraging comments.
#47 Just like Victoria Lynn, I want to write hubs that are helpful to new hubbers.
#48 Just like Vinaya Ghimire, I want to show my appreciation for other people.
#49 Just like Winsome, I want to show a big interest in other people's hubs.
#50 Just like WorkAtHomeMums, I want to be able to write many quality hubs in a short time.
I've been here on HubPages for almost three years, but I've written 47 of my 50 hubs this past year. I'm looking forward to hub #100. I hope I'll be there next year in July.
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