If you didn't have to worry about making a living...
...what would you most like to do for the rest of your life?
Hang out with my family, travel to historic sites in the US and abroad. I would continue working in real estate and writing.
I would live in a bigger city, do lots of traveling, and write a lot of books!
I would write, read, go to school, get about 5 degrees, design my own house, travel, go on cruises once a year, etc.
I would write books instead of hubs. Also, I'd devote more time to activism and advocacy.
Exactly what I’m doing now. Sit on my porch with my gorgeous husband watching the sunset. Life if too short to wait for one day… do what you have to do now because tomorrow may never come!
Read books in a house by the ocean. And travel with friends and family!
Spend all the time with my 2 girls and travel around the world with them.
For what would life be without challenges, without passion, and without the need to excel?
Without the need to work, would we value things differently... or for that matter... would we value life differently?
Would we appreciate giving? For if we didn't have to earn a living, would it be considered "of value" providing a donation to a charity? And would we even feel compelled to give?
Or would we become lazy blobs of flesh tossed upon a couch living vicariously through others dancing on a television or computer screen?
Come on... you're reading this post and saying... oh snap, that's me!
I'd spend my time posting on blogs and forums, for I enjoy engaging conversation and an opportunity to share ideas.
by Meschill 9 years ago
Are any of you hubbers full time (making a living) writers?
by John Coviello 7 years ago
Is anyone making their living off of Hubpages?Has anyone been able to quit their day job and actually make a living off of HubPages? It seems like a tall order, but some Hubbers seem quite successful.
by Jerrico Usher 10 years ago
If you care to share with the class, I'm curious as to what each of you came to HubPages to achieve, was it to find a way to earn money from your writing only, or was it because you wanted an audience for your work, did you accidentally find HubPages while doing research then thought, hmm this is...
by b4murray 8 years ago
I just began posting hubs about two months ago.I have become slightly addicted to HP, which isnt good because I should be spending free time looking for a new job...But I seem to magically land here on HP instead of Job search sites. And I dont think I'll be making a living here anytime soon.I...
by joshhunt83 8 years ago
Is writing hubs about making money or for the love of writing?I don't write hubs that will get me hundreds of advertisement clicks, I write because I love writing. Why do you write hubs?
by Money Fairy 6 years ago
Are you in your dream job now?Are you in the job you've always dreamed of being in? And if not ,why not?
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