I'm not particularly clever. I'm smart, but no Mensa candidate. I've never been super deep or all that well rounded and I am OK with that. I am an encourager. I live well. I love loud and I have few regrets. But...
I feel smarter when I listen to National Public Radio (NPR). I'm so humbled and proud to be able to write personal commentaries for my local station....it is still something I do that keeps my brain on while I stay home to parent little crumb-snatchers.
I also feel smarter when I read The Huffington Post. I'm not too political, I don't care about movie stars. That Much. Unless they are thinner, or have great life change stories like this. Change fascinates me and about one billion other fine folks. I learn about customer service revenge, and personal stories about curbing spending or anything else I am interested in.
But The Huffington Post keeps me abreast of whatever is going on in short snippets I can absorb between butt wiping, vacuuming and laundry laundry laundry.
Do you read it? Do you love it or hate it? I'd like to hear your thoughts.