Weekends are the best time for me to write hubs. I do not do other kind of work though. Usually!
That's the best thing about writing / working online: you can work at it at any time. You don't need to be at work and there is no set schedule. If you have time and an idea to write about, then you can write!
usually i work at least one day each weekend like today. last year i worked almost every weekend but this year i promised my family i wouldn't.
"Weekends are the best time for me to write hubs. I do not do other kind of work though. Usually!!"
the same here
Some weekends yes, otherwise I am busy writing here on hubpages
From the corporate view, it is quite difficult since technology has given others unlimited access to you via text and email, and you are expected to answer especially if the writer is in the office on the weekend. I have walked into the office on Mondays, after my blackberry crashed, only to find some real firestorms that occurred over the weekends and there was a lot of email traffic about it. I was severely criticized for not being involved over the weekend.
I take weekends off . Generally I work from Monday to Friday . At weekeds, I am with my family . At free time , making sports and writing articles on Hubpages.
I work seven days a week. However, writing is an outlet for me that I enjoy, so I do not consider it work.
I do most of my writing on the weekends since I have a full time job.
Weekends for me are strictly family time (and HubPages). Apart from part-time jobs when at school or very occasional overtime, I have always reserved Saturday/Sunday as my time.
I'm working Monday to Friday. Weekends I spent time with my family and friends.
by Richieb799 8 years ago
Does anyone else suffer from drop in traffic on weekend? I think its because most people are off work and go out shopping and socialising more..sorry this question may have been asked before
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by Nicola Thompson 4 years ago
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by wonderingwoolley 6 years ago
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