Making hub makes me really busy and happy. It takes time for me to make new one especially about health because it needs more research and facts to make, maybe it depends sometimes. I only have time maybe 2-4 hours a day to sit down, then make some errands and chores. As much as possible I try to sit down create, edit, add and research even if Im a house wife. Making hub is interesting, fun and fascinating for me. I feel like Im a career woman.
It used to make really happy and I kept busy for sure but- recently in creating my profile for another site I was advised not to list any work I had done for content mills such as HP, Triond and Infobarrel. Why? Because real journalists and authors look down on content mill writers.
No joy there anymore.
Usually it makes me busy and happy, sometimes it makes me grumpy and frustrated, but I get over it. I'm glad you're having a good time.
"Does making hub makes you busy and happy?"
I think this is a very good question!
In fact, so much so; that going forward, any hub that I'm not enjoying doing, I will stop doing. Simple as that.
Yes, it's an odd mixture of feeling busy, happy, frustrated, stressed, excited, accomplished, creative, addicted, trapped, tired, discouraged, competent, and perplexed. I love putting the hubs together with all the pieces and seeing the finished product when I click publish. It gives me a rush but with some sacrifice. I know that it will be all worth it in time.
Writing hubs does keep me busy. I am happy to be writing once again! My writing seemed to have fallen in the ditch beside this road I am travelling. Glad to have found it under a rock with some moss on it!
by jonwenberg7 years ago
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by Lgali7 years ago
What makes you happy other than paycheckHelp somebody in needs
by kirstenblog6 years ago
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by Maira8187 years ago
I sure DON't
by Sherry Hewins3 months ago
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