please if you have any tips and tricks please send them in and I will be following everyone who sends in a trick/tip.
Try working on your grammar. Here's a typical sentence in your piece about life hacks:
"If your going out and you have no idea what your going to wear all you need to do is 3 days in advance choose your outfit or go shopping."
It's "you are" or "you're" not your.
Run your copy through a program such as Grammarly,
HubPages is not a blogging platform it is an online magazine. There is a big difference. Articles should be a minimum of 800 and have a narrative quality rather just be a list.
Images must be copyright free and should be sourced.
I strongly advise spending time at the Learning Center https://hubpageshelp.com/
What Rupert said. If you want to blog, then I suggest you join Tumblr, or some other blogging site. HubPages is not a place to blog. It's a place to write full-length articles, the kind you'd find in your favourite magazine.
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