I take my role as a leader very seriously. To cultivate my spongy brain, I make a new reading selection each week to study.

From BabyBee reading

If you don’t keep your thinking fresh, the competition might step in and we can’t have that.

From BabyBee reading

Here, I think I’ll read this part out loud to you in case the words are too big

From BabyBee reading

“. . . it is, in fact, far easier to act under conditions of tyranny than it is to think.”
* Hannah Arendt The Human Condition (1958)





  1. Cari says:

    Oh, Mr. Junior Executive, you are far too wise for your years. I am not sure what we would ever do without your visionary leadership!!

  2. Shelley says:

    So, what are you reading? I’d love to know the top 2 books you’ve liked from the past year….I feel so removed from good non-fiction…

    • Sarah says:

      I haven’t forgotten you, Shelley! Honestly, I haven’t read much in the last year. With work and the baby and Danté back in school, it’s been hard to squeeze in time.
      Hannah Arendt’s “The Origins of Totalitarianism” was good and I’ve been wandering my way through Steven Pinker’s “The Stuff of Thought”. Other than that, it’s mostly articles and blog posts for me.

  3. Wendy says:

    Glad to see I’m not the only one who uses their little piggies to help hold on to books. Although reading the books would be much easier if that one little piggy would stop going whee whee whee all the way home.

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