What would you be doing if you were not writing articles?
I do lots of things in addition to writing articles! I'm a coach and a teacher and always have time for family and friends
Researching. That's what I do and what I need to play catch up with very soon.
I'd love to do marketing research and analysis when I am not writing articles. Also, I enjoy reading all kinds of books in my spare time.
Being the New Year weekend, I am driving 433klm (269 miles) on NYE to visit friends for the long weekend. Happy New Year to all!
Reading a book or writing one. I can't imagine a day without writing something.
@Kstro Thank you for making feel like a slacker..haha We're starving for snow. It has freed me up do really focus on article writing though.
Probably making some other form of art! When I'm not writing, I tend to do pyrography (I even wrote a hub series about the art) or I make jewelry. I think ideally, if I couldn't make art of any kind, I would probably spend my time making love and playing video games, doing anything I can to keep from getting swept up in the slave grind again.
If I was not writing articles, I would have more time to write a book. Regardless, my time would be spent writing something.
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