I'm currently working on a series of book reviews, churning out Hubs as best as my day job allows. While sitting at my computer and watching the clock for the time I have to leave to go to work, the phrase "Work gets in the way of life" popped into my head.
I hereby release that phrase into the Hubpages commons to be used freely without necessity of acknowledgement. Along with;
"Bugger this for a game of soldiers" and
"I didn't want to have an affair, she sucked me into it."
Happy Writing and Best Wishes..........ianto.
"It takes one to know one!"
"It takes more muscles to frown than to smile"
"You might as well have a good time!"
Work does get in the way of life. I know a few people who are doing what they love and having it support them too, but not many.
Sometimes I watch birds move about, flitting from a tree to a fence post, their tails flicking as they sit there, heads moving in those precise little motions they make as they furtively scan the grass for food. They do that all day. Swoop down, grab some tiny morsel that takes them no time at all to eat, then flutter off to some new vantage point. Over and over. That's their job, really. And I wonder if they like it. If they are happy because they truly have nothing else they would rather do.
Ah, I have been a very busy little bee
My new found freedom from the drudgery of working for other people has been great, I am loving spending my time making designs in photo shop and taking the camera out for an inspiration adventure
if you say so! flagging? a quick flagging now and then? is that it?
I have just started doing book reviews as well. I'm only on my 4th one at the moment though, it's taken me all day and I don't even have a job!!
Awww, its nice to know that people have noticed my absence. I moved out of my parents house and in with my boyfriend at the beginning of April and I finally got Internet connected last week, so I'm catching up with Hubpages!!
How you all doing?
Hope things are going well for you.
Between computers crashing and other projects I have been neglecting hubbing
It is good to reconnect with all you hubbilish people, and glad we both are reconnecting
it's a long story jen and i really cannot go into it here
by DK 5 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
by Maddie Ruud 7 years ago
I'm pleased to announce that the new and improved flagging reasons that I've alluded to recently have finally arrived. We have broken down some of the umbrella categories like "Substandard" into more specific flags, to help you as users better identify rules violations, and help us...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
I was thinking that the hub hopping tool is great and all, but it doesn't really address hubs that are older and have slipped through the cracks for months and even years.I was thinking that we could have an adopt a topic program.For example, I've been writing a lot of hubs on Nepal and have looked...
by Catherine Welborn 7 years ago
I have read numerous hubs while hopping that I thought would be great if the writer did some editing or word smithing. I thought it would be nice to let people know that thier piece could be so much better with out trying to hurt anyones feelings. I have commented on a couple of pages...
by Mikeydoes 7 years ago
In light of the Google algo change, it is now obvious and confirmed that hub-hopping is VERY important. I feel that if you publish here, you should hub hop when you can. As it should hopefully increase our revenue and hopefully take this hubpages back to the top, where it belongs.The problem is...
by Mark Knowles 10 years ago
I have a question. After all the arguments recently about publishing duplicate content I wondered about this hub:http://hubpages.com/hub/2008-Forex-Mark … ading-deskI am pretty sure I flagged it some time ago as being copied almost word-for-word from...
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