Does the mood dictate how you're going to write a HUB?
Sometimes when we're angry we write but later regret what was printed... has this ever happened to you?
I'd say mood is a big part of writing creatively. For me my life experiences and mood go hand-in-hand. I simply reflect back on the experience and get in the mood to write about it. These two things are motivating factors that cause me to write.
I have enough experience at writing (and life) that I can deal with most things with an even hand. I think about what I'm writing, and I try not to push toward the emotional edges. It takes a few hours to put a piece together, and it often sits overnight, so I have time to calmly evaluate. Thankfully, publishing on the internet allows me to change a story if necessary, but I rarely have to make major changes.
Mood affects me more as it relates to whether I can concentrate on good ideas and produce the work. Some days I can't push anything out. Other days it just pours out of me.
Most definitely. I am bipolar and it comes out in my hubs. Some of my hubs are funny, some are informative and some are downright mean.
I don't know what my mood is when I want to write a hub. Sometimes I find it hard to write about something and I have to dig around and feel I should know and I really have to do a hub-like homework. Eventually, I get it. Then there are times I know what I will write. Sometimes it's just how my energy level is cause I work during the day and I want to, but most times during the week, don't have that thinking stuff to help me in the evening. And sometimes I wonder where the energy came from.
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