Almost anything in psychology. It's really easy to write and I completely understand the material. The worst subject to write about from my perspective, technology.
Without a doubt it's anything about Anime. I'm a fan of anime shows as they feature the beauties of life such as friendship, hope, trust, and love, not to mention the intense action that majority of anime series portray in each of their episodes.
I myself enjoy writing about sports and comedy. I also enjoy writing poetry.
Anything involving the universe, the bible, creation, psycholgy, history and sociology. For my topics, plenty of research is crucial. When writing, I want my topics to be firmly grounded all the way in truth and evidence; with biblical topics, I write what is written in the bible. Not everyone likes or agrees with what I write but that is their opinion and I respect that.
I enjoy writing about dreaming and anything that is anomalous.
emotions, nature, literature, music, history, politics, science....the subjects are endless and it all depends on the topic that catch my eyes and the fellow readers/writers that are ready to explore it with me...
Ever considered a mini-bio from a part of your life? I'd be too embarassed to write mine lol
I plan on writing about my life. I've written a mini bio for school at one point but that was many years ago and I have so much to add. I'm not embarrassed about my life because we're all human. Mine is definitely interesting and dramatic:)
I like writing about meditation, yoga and pranayama. I am also inspired to write about how people can contribute to the world we live in through volunteering. I like writing about positive things.
I like writing about health because it interests me. I am especially interested in natural remedies and how food can prevent illness. Health is something you may not notice when you have it but if you lose it, you want nothing more than to get your health back.
As always, I love to write about education. I discuss about education reforms, the stress that entails with schooling and examinations, and the motive behind studying. Education affects the country's productivity and literacy rate, and the well-being of children and their parents. It is the more important that I avoid being on the sidelines and convey my thoughts forcefully.
My favorite subject to write about is home-based businesses. I've made a decent side income from mystery shopping, writing online, and other home-based businesses.
Well, personally, i like to write about tech and maths (because i'm kinda alright with it) Tech is easy to write because most of the time, it is either a review or a how to. For maths, it's more of like tutoring and tips. So, i'm fairly comfortable with what i'm writing!
I like writing about filmmaking, photography, movies, books etc.
I like to write about Social media,Technology,IT Certifications. I also love to write on latest marketing trends.
I always like writing on technical related hubs, I like sharing my technical knowledge and it also helps to related visitors, it makes me happy, when visitor replies in comments with thanking words.
I like to write about travel related topic and incredible, creepy things in the world, I like exploring world around me.
Moonlight!!! Boat in the moonlight, lovers in a boat on a moonlit night, and so on.
Depends on my mood. :-) But I like to write things that either make people dig deep and think or/and that give really practical steps (i.e. communication tips, how to respond in a healthy way when angry, how to set goals, etc.) I like to write on relationships--also enjoy principles-based metaphors and analogies. If somebody finishes my hub and says, "Wow--I never thought about it that way" or "That was life-changing" or "Wow--I can use that information right now!" then I'm happy. Great question!!!
I like sharing what I have learned in my Bible Studies. Other than that I like writing fiction-mostly fantasy
by Heather 11 years ago
What's your favorite subject to write about here on hubpages?
by Vishaaa 12 years ago
What was your favorite subject when you were a kid?Mine was religion because I loved my religion teacher a lot. She is very sweet and kind. So automatically I tend to like religion.
by LadyMar 11 years ago
I started writing for HubPages in November 2011, so I'm still going through the learning curve. I write hubs about beauty tips for women 40 years of age and older.I've noticed while reading other Hubber's articles, that sometime a person will write about different unrelated subject...
by Seanachai 11 years ago
Hello All, I have read the FAQ's and other help areas of HubPages, including many topics from the learning center, but, from what I've found so far, it seems like a lot of talking around the question, but not really, directly, simply, accurately addressing the question: What are good topics for...
by brandonhart100 12 years ago
Assuming you care to be visible to big G.1. Start with a niche topic that can get a lot of search results. Use the adword keyword tool to find it. If you don't know what that is google "adword keyword tool". 2. Make a hub based on that topic that is somewhat broad concerning that...
by StitchTheDamned 10 years ago
Is it better to write hubs all in one niche or write about different things?So far, I have 13 Hubs published. I have been jumping around on topics, writing about what I am inspired to do some research on that day. I do have several focused on drug addiction, though. I wonder, is it better to write...
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