I see a lot of you on the forums all day! Are you hubbing from your work place?
I have been on a six month hiatus just for a break and re-energize from having work take over my entire life. Eighty hour work week for the last several years was hard on everyone around me. Course I am back searching for something different in nursing that will get me retirement....
I to work from home full time online so yes I am hubbing from work and loving it.
Lunch and tea breaks, then pop on later when at home !
12:53 in Ireland and BadCo is enjoying an Egg & Mayo Bab
I'm another one who works mostly from home, which often means a 20-hour "work day" (that includes a weird mix of home responsibilities, work, writing for myself, and whatever). I take breaks of varying lengths, depending on need and whether I'm waiting for something like someone's e.mail. Sometimes, too, I'll have a slow day.
You all are too dedicated and lucky to have work at home jobs! Well gotta sign off and do something that looks like work
Like many others, work from home, and hub from work. And yes, hubs are a part of my work too
I work by shifts and when the nights are slow and I'm on vigilance mode sometimes I make some hubbing
I do check hubs at work sometimes, but lately I am trying not to. Mostly I just hub at home, but online writing is a part of my earnings too!
What a great topic!
Most of you are working at your home.
How lucky you people are
Luck has nothing to do with it. I've worked 7 days a week sometimes 18 hours a day to be able to say that.
So, the freedom you've got in the reward of this hard work.
Me too. It is one of the hardest most technical things I have ever learnt to do.I spent hundreds if not thousands of hours to learn how.
I hub from work when things are slow or during lunch breaks. We have unrestricted access in the office to the internet (part of the perks of working in IT) so I am pretty much free to do what I please as long as my job is done at the end of the day, which it always is. ;p
I hub from work. But hey, I'm the boss here so I can hub anytime I want LOL. Seriously, I only hub when I don't have anything to do or I'm not meeting any client. But my hubpages site is always open just in case I want to read something to get my mind off my work.
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