What do you like better, writing or reading hubs?
I prefer writing more.
I love to read books and I love to write and share what iv learned.
I love to write and read hubs.
i like both equally i read a lot i always learn something from what i read, and that help me in my writing
I like both as I love to help others and the more I read and learn helps me to make better hubs!
Writing has that buzz you get from being creative and producing something. It's an active thing. It also helps you clarify your thoughts on a subject by boiling it down to something that can be distilled in hub form.
Reading is more passive, but certainly more relaxing and stress-free. It allows you to just sit back and enjoy, or learn something new and expand your mind a little.
I like reading good hubs quite a bit. But the "good" part is essential. I like writing hubs about things I'm passionate about. But I guess I lean more toward reading.
both..i like my friends hubs to be published and i will be eager to read 'em. and am equally eager to publish mine
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