Should I stop writing on Hubpages, so I can devote all my time to starting our new business?
"To write or not to write", that is the question? My Husband and I are starting a small business. He told me that my writing on Hubpages was not as important as starting our business. Should I stop writing all together?
If you are writing on HubPages for a bit of extra money, I would continue. Devote small bits of time to continue building your portfolio. If you can make some money while you are working on your business, you will find that it relieves some of the stress. If you are writing for enjoyment, just do so and save your work for publication latter. It does after all take some time to actually publish a Hub.
Business is a means of making money but Hubpages will give you much more. At Hubpages you are free to write on decent topics which are read by decent people. Hubpages is a community of intellectuals who write and read the writings of others and offer constructive criticism. Business will give you money but Hubpages will enrich your personality. So do keep writing.
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