Some people can't get enough of Sarah Palin. For fans and foes who didn't get their fill last year, the governor from Alaska has penned a first-person article for Esquire magazine titled "What I've Learned." She starts by saying bloggers annoy her and noting, "Everything I've ever needed to know I learned through sports." Of being on the Republican Party ticket, she said: "Maybe it's like when someone says, 'I love you, you're perfect the way y'are, now let me change you.' And I'm sure Senator McCain had to struggle with some of that, maybe early on in his campaign." She gives marriage advice to daughter Bristol (beware of "those tough times") and admits and addiction to Carmex. Palin also said she talks to God every day. "He hears me when I just call out to Him," she tells the magazine.