I feel like I'm discovering alot of my interests the more I write. Does anyone else feel the same way?
Me too, Gabby! I also find that in writing an instructional hub I learn more about the process myself. I think it's in part due to the breaking down of the process in an attempt to present the lesson, you know? Part of what I love about writing, honestly. It makes what's chaotic in my head into something quite orderly. And, in writing about stuff that I've always been interested in and seeing how others respond to it, I'm discovering new interests for myself along the way.
Yes, as a matter of fact. Just another thing that makes things here fun.
I find that writing hubs that are out of my comfort zones teaches me things I did not know
After 2 weeks of singing up in HP, i logged in more in here rather than FB. I can see a lot of hubbers here can actually improve my writings and realy utilize my free time. I feel addicted to the drama in forums and always thinking of new hubs to write. This has been a great opportunity for me.
Hi! I feel I'm learning alot from my hubs....even if I start a simple hub out, I find myself doing more and more research on it making it a more thorough article than just something off the top of the head.....I love it! Thanks for this topic posting.....
I learn from the research I do. Just when I think I know all I need to know, I find something or someone leaves a comment that peaks my interest to look deeper. That is the fun part of writing,
Oh that sounds silly but it is so true:) I always keep wondering where did that come from
I can hardly believe how much I have learned, since I started writing hubs.
Yes, I find myself becoming more knowledgeable in other subjects besides my main interests since writing on Hubpages. Every time I write an article I learn something new since I am doing a lot of researching to put my articles together.
Very much so, it's like new worlds open up. Recently I just happened to go to an event in Seattle about teens and robotics. Originally I went to shoot photos, but it was so fascinating being there, and I had never seen nor heard of anything like that. As a mother of a geek type, it was so amazing to me. So, I researched deeper and was blown away with what I learned, plus the sad discovery that it doesn't currently exist in our area.
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