Aaah, there! It's just a game. Just have fun. I said. But when the words left my mouth, it suddenly dawned on me that sometimes it's hard to have fun when the pressure is on. The expectations, the feelings that come out when you don't win, it really bugs us down. We want to play and have fun but we find ourselves trapped amidst our judgments and criticisms.
So here I am pondering why I said yes to the Hubchallenge. The challenge is to write 30 hubs or articles for the next 30 days. Can I really do that? I have a daytime job and so I only have nights to write and research. You see, I've been part of Hubpages for two years now. And Ryan Hupfer, HubPages Communicator of Awesomeness, has recently said YES to a Hub Challenge Vs. Courtney Tuttle of Keyword Academy. 100 hubs in 30 Days! Or if you find that toxic you can take the other challenge 30 Hubs in 30 days!
Read more about it by clicking here: HubChallenge
To a writer, this is exciting. It's also a wonderful way to experiment if your google adsense earnings will increase by writing one hub or article a day.
Reasons why I'm taking up the challenge:
1. The chance to earn
2. Exercise my writing skills
3. See if I can juggle my time and manage it wisely
4. Observe how I will be reacting to the competition
5. I aim to find my happiness in this endeavor by doing something out of fun than fear of losing the competition
I'm letting my hair down on this one as I find happiness in writing and researching and sharing inspirational stories and stuff. There are days when one just has to stop being scared of taking a leap and have fun instead.
I'm going to do that.