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How many other people work a full-time job and still write on hubpages?

  1. libby1970 profile image70
    libby1970posted 5 years ago

    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?

  2. point2make profile image81
    point2makeposted 5 years ago

    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.

  3. dwachira profile image80
    dwachiraposted 5 years ago

    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 For me, i write several hubs over the weekend and save them unpublished, then over weekdays i polish them and publish one by one.

  4. daisyflowrs profile image59
    daisyflowrsposted 5 years ago

    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!

  5. Denise Handlon profile image91
    Denise Handlonposted 5 years ago

    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.

  6. shruti sheshadri profile image61
    shruti sheshadriposted 5 years ago

    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 sad

 
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