Have you ever gotten exhausted writing hubs before?
We all need a break sometimes, and with that said explain in your best words, how you cope with hub writing addiction if you in fact have such a disease, LOL. (This question is for fun purposes, please don't take it to seriously if you choose to answer, have fun with it, and take a load off your hot fingers too for once by setting your words free if need be, Enjoy!)
Well, afer I get home from work after my hour commute during the week, I tell my husband, I just need to make a few comments and pop a hub in, so I will not be long. Then, three hours later, and blury-eyed trying to proof what I have written, he will come in and check on me, and then I say, oh, I am about finished, only to realize I did not mention I still had to find photos and images to place appropriately where they need to be and then edit capsules so they will line up properly. Oh, no, how did it get to be midnight, and I have to get up at 5:00 a.m. to go back to work! Ha. Then, in between that, attempt to read and comment on others' hubs, which is the really the best part. Since I do not write to try to make any money, I am not under that pressure as other hubbers are - to try to write several hubs in one day. My poor husband though has been abandoned here lately. Time to adjust schedule a little! Ha. My granddaughters are up for the weekend, so I will be have no choice but to take a break this weekend. We are going to a Mad Hatter's Tea Party tomorrow. Hey, maybe that will be a cute hub to write about? Happy Hubbing to All. In His Love, Faith Reaper
Thanks CloudExplorer - you can tell it was late when I typed it. As you may have noticed I am only able to comment early around 5:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. as I have an hour commute to and from work during the week. In His Love, Faith Reaper
When I first discovered HubPages I decided to try the 30 in 30. I managed to get to number 12 or so before writing felt tedious. I have a very addictive personality when I find something new. I will do it for two weeks & move onto something else, be it video games, gardening, mechanics, listening to a song (I can't emphasize enough how I "Ruin" music for people through over playing). All though I continuously try to do everything, it usually conflicts with other things. I have slowed down my "Hubbing" process as I am not publishing every day. Yet, I am up to 20 and don't see signs of stopping as I do enjoy it. I agree with what Faith addressed, you tell your spouse "I'll be done in a bit" only to go to bed 3 hours later at 2am. I have yet to follow "take things in moderation" as I usually go by "go big or go home".
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