How many other people work a full-time job and still write on hubpages?
I work a full-time salaried job and still find the time to write on here. I usually work any where from 70 to 80 hours a week and rarely get a day off, but I find the time to write and keep up on hubpages. How many others work a full-time job and find the time on hubpages as I do?
I also work long hours at a full time job and write on hubpages . I do find it challenging, at times, to keep up but I find my writing is a release for me from the pressures of the job. You might say my writing allows me to relax and enjoy a different world which is very separate from my work life.
I have a full-time job as a lecturer but i find it rewarding also writing on HP. It is a challenge i agree but with time you just fall into your own technique of doing it. For me, i write several hubs over the weekend and save them unpublished, then over weekdays i polish them and publish one by one.
I work a full time job, a part-time job, single mom of a boy who plays t-ball and takes guitar lessons. I write on HubPages. I am currently arguing with the editors about one of my hubs, cest la vie. Gotta love it!
Writing is important to me, so I make time for it at some point on my day off. I work fulltime (12 hrs) from 6:30 pm to 7:30 in the morning. I sleep during the day and by the time I wake up it's time to cook supper, grab a quick shower and head out the door. Since I still have one child in high school and a home to take care of, it drops that writing time down, which is disappointing. I think you will find many Hubbers who are F.T. workers with lives outside of their jobs balancing it all.
I am an engineering student. Busy on weekdays, hence on weekends, i make sure i wake up early and sit in front of the computer. Two articles I try to finish by the weekend and i post it asap. No time on breathe on weekdays, though i miss writing very much
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
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by Will Apse 12 months ago
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by MountainManJake 7 years ago
Do you have your own blog?If so, why do you still write on HubPages?
by WookieWonderfuls 8 years ago
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by Pandu B 7 years ago
Was curious after seeing most of the long term - experienced Hubbers. So thought of doing some research. Topic explains it. Let's try to be truthful here. What really keeps you going on here on HP? Why should Hubpages be the First choice for any Writer? Please try to support your idea with...
by Mark Shulkosky 8 years ago
Do your friends or other family members also write on HubPages?Not counting friends you have met on HubPages, do any of your friends or other family members write on HubPages? What influenced them to join us? After watching me write and reading my Hubs, my youngest son has decide to...
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