I am not new to the community, but new to actually writing hubs regularly, so I've been in a bit of the same boat. I think the suggestions about looking through the answers section or at other peoples Hubs are a great suggestion. I would say start with what you know or what interests you. Use your current job, living arrangement, family situation etc. as a launching point for ideas. One thing that helped me was taking the time to brainstorm. On a sheet of paper, I first came up with broad topics I felt I could write about (In my case - Education, Frugality/Personal Finance, and Religion & Spirituality), then off of that I came up with as many ideas as I could for potential hubs. For example, out of my education category I came up with "College" and then I realized I could potentially write about college admissions, tips for succeeding in college, suggestions on where to find financial aid etc. I wrote down all the ideas I came up with, even ones I wasn't sure would make a great hub. Now, when I want something to write, I go back to that list to get started.