Lori Borgman, The Reading Eagle

Lori Borgman

The Reading Eagle

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Recent:
  • The Reading Eagle
Past:
  • limanews
  • The Lowell Sun
  • GazetteTimes.com
  • Post-Bulletin
  • Arizona Daily Star
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • Burlington TimesNews

Recent articles by Lori:

Lori Borgman: Money flies when you shop budget [Column]

Despite pre-flight anxiety — free of charge; no fee required — the flight was wonderful. I define wonderful as when the plane stays in the sky. → Read More

Here are five steps to take down a turkey [opinion]

I awake Thanksgiving morning and prepare for battle. It will be me and the turkey — and only one of us will win. → Read More

Are you pumped for the invasion of pumpkin spice? [opinion]

Coffee shops and doughnut shops have traditionally led the charge, but now pumpkin spice is in Cheerios, cheese curds and face masks. → Read More

When researching genealogy, royal roots are relative [opinion]

The other day my husband revealed that he had found something stunning on a genealogy site that a second cousin, 59 times removed, or something like that, had directed him to. → Read More

Chillin’ out in the backwoods with a vintage heat source [opinion]

The fine print describing the rental I secured for a leaf-peeping jaunt to Maine said the cabin had everything we could possibly need. All the reviews said that, too. → Read More

It shore looks like they’re in the water [opinion]

I am completely certain that I said, “Do not get in the water. There are no dry clothes in the car. You did not wear clothes for wading.” → Read More

When plans sour and the wind howls [opinion]

One of the greatest skill sets in life is being able to adapt and meet new challenges, both large and small and in between. → Read More

The (drum) beat goes on for this family [opinion]

We witnessed the passing of the drums last weekend. → Read More

The most egg-cellent chick show of the season [opinion]

The chickens are gathering to run an obstacle course. The obstacles resemble jumps for horses, but on a small poultry scale and with PVC pipe instead of wood. → Read More

Top-load washing machine needs caution-cycle [opinion]

If you have a newer top-load washing machine, you know that it helps to have the height of an NBA player to reach in and retrieve the clothes. → Read More

It’s survival of the Fitbitest in friendly family competition [opinion]

The thrill of first place has been overshadowed by the realization that Fitbit controls my life. I may need rehab. Preferably a 10,000-step program. → Read More

It doesn’t take a college education to do the math [opinion]

To this day, I’m not sure how we maneuvered three kids through college, but we did. Everybody worked. → Read More

Smile like a pro so your headshot gives you a leg up on a job [opinion]

Facing fierce competition in the job market, prospective employees are shelling out $1,000 for a professional headshot hoping to gain an edge. → Read More

Life is good in a small town, somewhere, at least for a week [opinion]

A good friend gives us her old newspapers from a small town in Maine. They are entertainment — a sedentary version of date night. → Read More

Would your dad make a good president? [opinion]

Kids weigh in on their parents' qualifications for running for office. The discussion gets interesting. → Read More

Lori Borgman: Would your dad make a good president?

We don’t often talk politics in front of the grands because it’s just all too terribly depressing. For us. We’re not that concerned about → Read More

Oh baby, this tool of empowerment could get hairy [opinion]

Just when you think the headlines can’t get any more eye-popping, along comes a story about underarm hair for women making a comeback as a potential tool of empowerment. → Read More

Lori Borgman: Oh baby, this could be hairy

Just when you think the headlines can’t get any more eye-popping, along comes a story about underarm hair for women making a comeback as a potential → Read More

All she is saying, is give peas a chance [opinion]

The vegetable garden yield this season is less than we hoped, but the corresponding weight loss has been a pleasant surprise. → Read More

Lori Borgman: Give peas a chance

The vegetable garden yield this season is less than we hoped, but the corresponding weight loss has been a pleasant surprise. Yesterday’s count on pe → Read More