I'm a fountain of knowledge. Ask me about any subject and I have the answers. How do I claim to be a walking encyclopedia? I just finished reading a magazine.
I have hair coloring secrets. I know a new diet that touts the benefits of beans. I know six secrets to great sex. I know which herbs to take for a relaxing night of sleep. I know how to hold a parent teacher conference. I know how to redesign my kitchen. What more could a woman want?
The only problem is finding the time to read all these fascinating, life-enriching stories. I do pretty good at skimming the National Enquirer headlines while standing in a checkout line, but should I actually splurge and buy a magazine? It would only collect dust. All those wonderful tidbits of knowledge I reaped came from a December issue of a woman's magazine. So what if I'm eight months late in reading it? It's going to work out pretty well for me. I'm going to get a jump on some Christmas gift ideas and the article on highlighting hair warns that I may not feel like I have time with all the holiday rush. Guess I've avoided that problem.