It Wasn't My Intention
I actually did it. It's not what I set out to do, but I did it.
I became aware, a week ago, of the 30 hubs in 30 days challenge, but I figured it was something I could think about in the future. Then I started to write.
On Thursday I wrote 2 articles, and on Friday I wrote 3. I didn't write all weekend, but on both Monday and Tuesday I found time and material for 4 articles. On Wednesday I wrote 5 articles. That afternoon I realized that I had been quite prolific throughout the previous week, so I counted my hubs. At that point I relaized how close I was to meeting the challenge.
I decided to go for it: 30 hubs in 30 days, to be completed by the end of the week. On Thursday I wrote 6, and Friday (today) I am finishing 5. That makes 30 hubs in 9 days. I doubt that the accomplishment is a record, as there are other quite prolific writers using HubPages. But I can say that I did it.
I'm aware that there are rules and such for the official challenge, but I was just interested in the writing at this time. Perhaps in few months or so I will accept the official challenge.
Now I can take a mental break, probably for a week or so. The keyboard is now smoking...
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