Do you ever get over yourself and if you do what do you find.?
After an extremely active 60 years as a writer - producer, waking up at the age of 80 with the real task of finding a reason to get out of bed, brought me eventually to the challenge of trying my hand at what I knew best, putting words on paper. However, my foray into the literary world has shown no success to date. So, my epiphany was to redirect my efforts to just satisfying me. To a degree I've done that. So, no, I don't get over me. At my age, you need every bit of ego you can muster. Hub Pages, as I have said elsewhere, has given me an avenue to test my writer's muscle. If satisfying others happens as I please me, Amen! So, what I find? I find a lot more interesting me than I was six months ago, getting up in the morning and looking forward to another great day. I wish you the same. David Russell
by goingcrazy 6 years ago
What Does It Really Mean When Someone Tells You To Get Over Yourself?
by WaffleCheese 8 years ago
Sure it might not be getting traffic, but why would you ever delete it? Is there a benefit?
by MarkRFox 6 years ago
What was the most satisfying Hub you have ever written and why?
by Joe Badtoe 6 years ago
I have a hub that says is elsewhere. How do I find out where it is?Hi AllI was looking through my stats (my account) and I've got a message saying something about that the content of a particular hub being duplicated.How can I find out where my work is elsehwere?Thanks
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