... than expending the effort to do a job well and with care.
I'm off on another of my wild hairs for a hub idea. I've got up earlier than expected this morning and decided to work on it. It's proving to have a life of it's own. I'm enjoying watching it evolve into what it may become. I savor the since of accomplishment as each new entry is made and feature is added to it. I even have a companion hub sitting on the back burner which I'll start next, after I've completed another hub I've been postponing way too long.
What endeavors are rewarding to you. What do you feel as you're crafting a hub. What says to you, "a job well done"?
by Joanna 21 months ago
Ok, here it is. Hubpages edited some of my hubs to "make them better" so they can be featured and moved to vertical sites. If I undo their "corrections" I risk having that hub removed from the featured status. When I have reviewed their "corrections"...
by JanMaklak 5 years ago
Why do you hub? Is it for a few extra $ or for the sense of accomplishment from writing?
by deecoleworld 4 years ago
What are some of your proudest moments and accomplishments on Hub Pages so for?
by rmr 10 years ago
With mating season in full swing, my sparrow hub hit 99! Wish I could stick around to see if hits 100.
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
Which response is most rewarding to you?Which response do you prefer to receive on your Hubs: votes up, accolades, "Pinned", "facebook like/share", "Tweeted", or a comment?
by Ohma 8 years ago
I have been struggling for weeks with a subject for this hub.With it being a milestone I think I got all tangled up in the idea that it had to be spectacular and the only thing I accomplished was creating a month long writers block. Today I finally decided to just do something to get this over with...
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