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Best Answer Daisy Mariposa says
Thanks for sharing Daisy! I agree about the FB groups.
James Paterson says
Great minds thinking alike Jimmy! I also didn't start writing on HubPages for money. I started for free therapy and it's worked out perfectly for me. Any money I make is a bonus and appreciated, but I don't dwell on the earnings. I just skip the pub.
Georgianna Lowery says
I like your spunk Georgie! Best of luck with your online resume.
Marlene Bertrand says
Thank you for sharing your point of view Marlene.
Bill Holland says
Very true for many hubbers Bill. If it wasn't for HubPages they might never have known the potential they have to be a good writer. Thanks for sharing! I'm glad you have a dollar a day for some grub!:)
Nell Rose says
Mary Hyatt says
and all your good friends love you Mary!!
Mary Craig says
"lasting relationships is worth more than money" ... well said Mary!
Knowledge is crucial for growth.
Diana L Pierce says
All are good reasons to keep posting hubs Diana. Keep on hubbin'!
Rochelle Frank says
The friendships formed are a nice bonus also. Thanks for sharing Rochelle.
Lisa HW says
Thanks for sharing Lisa. Wishing you good luck with your writing adventure!:)
Jim Miller says
I like your attitude towards HP Jim. Keep on hubbin'!
Wayne Barrett says
Welcome to HP Wayne! Wishing you good luck with your hubbing journey.
Chitrangada Sharan says
Relaxation is very important. HubPages does have many benefits.
Wishing you many more pub lunches Jools! :)
Thelma Raker Coffone says
Very true Thelma. We never know where HP might lead us.
I agree! :)
Michael Ward says
Janis Leslie Evans says
Your first payout will be both memorable and exciting! :)
Christin Sander says
Thanks for sharing ChristinS.
Ann Carr says
floating mind says
Very good reasons! :)
Sphinxs Sanctum says
Thank you for sharing your opinion!
Dianna Mendez says
Happy Hubbing duffsmom!
Andrea Norwood says
Yes! Wouldn't that be good? You never know and if you don't try you don't get.
Yes and I am not saying that to never consider money, because it's good to have, it's just that I believe if you're passionate enough about your work and whatever it may be, dealing with art, you will donate once in a while and for me writing is joy
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When did letters stop being common? :)
Really? Who do you think bothers with pen n paper in this day of email? Not in my country at least. Don't know about yours.
I still know a great many people that communicate via pen & paper, especially when wanting to make that communication more personal, more special, if you will. And then there's always the hand-written thank-you which holds a lot more weight.
Except for business letters I haven't seen a letter come to my house for almost a decade. Before that it was a routine. Maybe it differs with each country. But good to hear that it still exists.
Yes I still write and send letters via pen & paper. Not everyone has email or a computer.
Also sending a letter via email is still considered a letter even if no pen was used:)
Yes, I used to write long letters to friends and I now do the same via email; the bonus is that they get there so much more quickly!
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Therese Miller says
Kelly A Burnett says
I'm glad you are enjoying your HP journey!
Gavin Wichmann says
Having the right mindset is a bonus!
Vipul Patel says
Michael John Mele says
Nothing worthless about you! Your hubs are a gift to HP. Your comment is further proof that HP is not all about the money. Keep on hubbing horseback! :)
I agree about this post having many good answers.