I read a lot of mom blogs, but I also venture out of the genre to find other great reads.

I admit it; I read Perez Hilton....every day!

I also like www.thebudgetfashionista.com and www.inhabitat.com.

What non-mom blogs do you like to read?

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One of my favorites is 6 Year Med. Danielle writes so beautifully it makes me want to cry. She's a pediatric resident and writes about her experiences with her young patients.
That's a tough one, but I'll say Zen habits: http://zenhabits.net/
suzi blu has to be my fav! she is all about girl power! when i came across here youtube channell, 'suziblutube' i ended up watching all of her vids. i suggest starting at the begginig from the beginning. she inspired me, filled me with optimism and i felt empowered to do what i want despite my age and circumstance. you will just have to check her out. she is a bit much for some people because she doesn't shy away from any subject that pertains to empowering woman which can be shocking at times but if you stick with it you will be a better woman for it.
My fave is http://fuckyoupenguin.blogspot.com/

It's hilarious! The blogger derides cute animals for being so adorable.
icanhascheezburger.com The whole site is my ultimate time-waster.
I love Valleywag for Silicon Valley gossip.
What? There's such a thing as a non-mom blog? Seriously, I have no idea. Most of the blogs I read are written by moms.
I love Perez Hilton too and the Superficial.
I love failblog.org!

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