Thank you for the kind replies. :)
I have published my first hub two days ago, but I created my account 9 months ago. To follow a friend who had a Hubpages account, and to start writing - but none of the things I wrote, I was feeling confident enough about to actually publish them.
Things I love: other than the obvious (boyfriend - friends - family) and my studies to become a teacher (English and IT), I enjoy web design, digital artwork, writing in itself and computer games (currently, mostly the Sims 3).
I don't have much talent in the art department, so I would not be able to write any tutorials about that. I could write about web design, but a HTML/CSS guide has been done thirteen times in a dozen already. I could go for more specific subjects, as a teacher it is my job to make the matter available for people with less experience after all, but it is hard thinking those up without a sort of "request". Does that make sense?!
With my hub on lucid dreaming, for those who have read it, I only wrote because people urged me to. I am a natural lucid dreamer and I wanted to learn more about the matter so I started some research and wrote about my own experiences, but if it had not been for others to actively motivate me to finish it because they really wanted to read about my lucid experiences, I would have never finished or published it in the first place.