I am a stay-at-home mom of a 1 1/2 yr old toddler and also a college student. I joined HubPages two years ago but never really did anything with it, partly because I just didn't know how to manage my time. Now that I am determined to write again, I find myself struggling between taming my disaster of a house, raising an energetic toddler, and completing what feels like miles and miles of course work for college. I really want to devote myself to my Hubs, but I'm having trouble managing it all.
I'm curious how much time others spend on HubPages daily and how much of that is spent creating/editing hubs?
From what I have experienced myself and what I have seen with other Hubbers, there is wide variation.
I tend to write Hubs on my phone (in the notepad app) when commuting to and from work. I know a lot of mothers who write Hubs during their kids' nap times or after everyone has gone to bed. Others draft Hubs while waiting to pick up kids at school or from after school activities.
Some have more organized schedules and set aside a certain number of minutes or hours each day for the internet / Hubbing. It's all about experimenting with different methods and finding what works best for you!
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