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How my Life Has Changed on Hubpages
I joined Hubpages four months ago and my life has changed radically. Hubpages has become part of my daily life just as taking a shower or eating is. A day doesn’t go by that I don’t connect in some way with my fellow Hubbers and my mind doesn’t stop as I think of new ideas for Hubs continuously!
As I watch TV I’m reminded of another topic for a future Hub-“jealousy and suspicion”. I’ll get that one written and posted right away!
I walk downtown and notice the multitude of street vendors selling everything from sink stoppers to bras and underwear on the streets of Pereira. Another topic: “the street vendors of Colombia”! Can’t wait to get that one published!
We take a drive through the mountains and I’m snapping shots with my little camera. Another great Hub in the making!
Back home in the kitchen I whip up a new dish- snow peas and lemon ginger chicken…wait, another Hub just waiting to be written!
In bed I start to drift off to sleep and there it goes again-my mind is filled with great ideas for future Hubs! I hop out of bed and find my notepad and scribble the ideas down before I forget them.
In the morning as I sip my coffee I enjoy the parrots that make their regular stop in the bamboo thicket outside. They squawk at each other and ask my neighbor to put out their favorite treats on the balcony. They visit another neighbor’s caged parrot, sitting on the window seal, speaking reassuring notes to her: “We’ll get you out of there soon honey. In the meantime we won’t forget you”. Their loyalty impresses me and another Hub starts to form in my head.
My brother calls and as we speak I’m reminded of the time in Africa when a neighbor’s monkey got loose and bit him on the head as Mom pushed him down the street in a stroller. Another Hub!
Since joining Hubpages four months ago, my mind has not been still for a single day. Everywhere I turn a potential Hub pops up and won’t leave me alone. I can’t rest until the Hub is written and published. The list is growing and I fear I’ll never get the hubs all written. The more I write, the longer the list of future Hubs grows. The more I explore on Hub pages, the more I want to explore. I’m thinking I may have to quit my job so I can read all those wonderful Hubs that my fellow Hubbers have written. I don’t want to miss a single one!
My husband walks in and asks “What are you doing?” The answer is usually the same: “I’m reading Hubs”, or “I’m writing a new Hub”. He thinks he has lost me forever to Hubpages, my new love. What has Hubpages done to me?