30 hubs in 30 days - is it possible?
Starting today there are a bunch of us Hubbers that are doing a 30 in 30 challenge. Starting November 25th and ending in 30 days. This is my first challenge with writing Hubs and I hope I am able to do all my 30 in 30.
30 Hubs - is it possible to write 30 hubs in 30 days? With my schedule I think it will be easy enough. My two older kids go to school during the day and my youngest is home. He likes to watch tv and doesn't get to do it often so putting on a show or two while I write my hub will work for me. He will probably end up being the topic of a few of my hubs and maybe the helper of some cooking or craft ones. He's one lucky little kid! LOL
To write 30 hubs in 30 days that means I'm going to have to come up with 30 things to write about. I'm doing it easy and making the first one about doing the 30 hubs in the first place. Is that considered cheating? I don't think so. Someone else doing the 30 in 30 might get some great ideas of writing out of this hub and that's ok by me. What topics are there to write about? I write about everything really. I don't have just one set of life I like to write about. My favorite of course is Photography but that has gotten harder to do since we are back in the states. I'm sure there will be a hub or two about photography, some cooking ones because Christmas candies and cookies have to be made before the kids get out of school so they can give plates to their teachers, crafting ones are some I've wanted to do but since my kids are in school I have no one to craft with me (those will be towards the end of the 30 in 30), one or two might be ideas from the husband, some parenting ones and maybe I'll even hit on the poetry topics. I do write poetry I just don't put it out there often for people to see.
SO. . . 30 in 30! I'm a little nervous but I will do whatever it takes to reach this goal and make the hubs worth reading. I hope you all enjoy my upcoming hubs (and those I've already written of course) and will follow me through my first challenge and give me feedback on what I could add or change. Isn't that how a good writer learns how to write better?
Anyways, thanks for joining in my challenge. Let the adventure begin. . . . . . . .