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I am fed up could not find good topics for hubs. What should I do?
i also had same problem when i started writing hubs.But soon I realized that there are no limit of ideas we have,its just that we don't realise them.Now as i have cracked the problem,i have so many ideas but no time to write about them.
I have written a hub on this topic.here it is: http://hubpages.com/hub/IDEAS-TO-BLOG-ABOUT
hope this helps..
You can never go wrong with the lessons you have learned in life.
I just took a peek at your profile. It is a beautiful, poetic sentence (sometimes you can say a lot in a few words). Why don't you try writing a poem or two on precisely the theme you gave in your profile?
This is just a passing "writer's block." You'll get over it soon enough. I wouldn't stress it.
You seem to use both sides of your brain...Your business hubs are insightful while you seem to have a creative streak overwhelming you. I struggle with the same problem. Hunt the next adventure to stimulate your creative side and get the juices flowing.
Go to India---to the banks of the Ganges and observe the burning ghats---you will find you have a lot to write about!
Try writing down a list of things you like, new things you have tried lately, and activities you enjoy doing. Circle one, and tell us about it!
Set back and let your mind wounder and see what happens That is what I have to do some times
Relativistic chaos Miro world peace not impossible
Positive negative dichotomy of good and evil were male and female sun and moon switch = happy = unhappy heart to the action quietly moved bit by bit, in exchange for the loss of loved one
Lightning [flash = power] = sparks = happiness = passion = a fire
Stone heart stone heart is not fit Do not you like them then I also got one of the stone walls = pressure guarded bring pressure to break the walls need to break the happy element = enthusiastic dedication = Midas touch of gold and stone wrapped in silver = = This is my win control law
Experience life to share love and sorrow of people quietly pay
Well that's a silly question. Just write about things you like most. It's easier to write about what interests you than it is to write about what you think people will want to read sometimes. If you write about something you have no interest in, then it will feel like you are writing an essay for school instead of the greatest hub ever. Good luck~
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