Do you loose sleep because you are working your Hubpages Hubtivity?
I find myself staying up later writing hubs, commenting on others' hubs, and answering questions, so yes, I am getting less sleep.
That's ok, because Hubpages is a good cause!
hotweb I never lose sleep over Hubpages. I probably do not take it as serious as some here. I just have fun with it.
Nope. I never lose sleep because of HP.I just have fun hubbing and i dont really take it too serious
I would have to say yes! I find it is quieter late at night, so it is easier for me to concentrate on writing what I want without so many distractions. Also as a newbie, I want to learn more about how to get it all together and I can spend the time at night without cutting into my daytime activities. Yes...I am definitely losing sleep!
Keep in mind, people, that when I say losing sleep, I mean having so much fun that you don't realize you are losing sleep. I did not mean losing sleep in a stressful way.
yes, i lose sleep because of HP and yet its worth it. Im having fun here. I share thoughts and experiences.
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