Lori Borgman, limanews

Lori Borgman

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

Recent articles by Lori:

Lori Borgman: Caution, Grandpa on wheels

It’s not every day a kid walks into the kitchen and says, “Did you know Grandpa is outside rollerblading?” I did not know he was outside → Read More

Motherhood is the best and hardest job you may ever have [opinion]

It was C day in kindergarten recently. C being for career, kids came dressed as the career they wanted to have when they grew up. → Read More

Lori Borgman: The best and hardest job you may ever have

It was C day in kindergarten recently. C being for career, kids came dressed as the career they wanted to have when they grew up.A 6-year-old granddaughter → Read More

Shrinkflation: living in the days of less is more [opinion]

The concept of paying more for less is an economic wildfire. → Read More

Lori Borgman: Living in the days of less is more

The vocabulary intended to soften the blows of blistering inflation is a testimony to creativity. Economists keep talking about consumers experiencing shri → Read More

After water heater springs a leak, the noise is deafening [opinion]

If you have ever had water damage to your house and had giant fans hauled in to dry it out, you know what I’m talking about. → Read More

On a scale of 1 to 5, this newfound popularity is exhausting [opinion]

Everywhere I go people ask for my opinion. It’s fascinating how people I barely know — even giant corporations and conglomerates — are so interested in what I think. → Read More

Lori Borgman: One small leak, seven giant fans

Tom Hanks made a movie titled “The Terminal” about a man stuck in an airport indefinitely. We are going to make a movie titled “Jet Engin → Read More

The thing you can't live without

Don't ever say things can't get worse. At least not out loud. → Read More

When life gets worse, you discover the one thing you can’t live without [opinion]

Hope is the magnetic force that pulls us forward — through disappointment, grief, broken hearts, health crisis, horrific accidents and job loss. → Read More

Lori Borgman: The one thing you can’t live without

Don’t ever say things can’t get worse. At least not out loud.The cosmos will prove you wrong. It can and often does.When life does indeed → Read More

Forging ahead in turbulent times, with help from C.S. Lewis [opinion]

Sometimes the voices of the past are the ones we need most in the present. I revisit one in particular when the world goes wobbly. I have dog-eared the pages in the book where this voice resides. → Read More

Lori Borgman: On a scale of 1 to 5, this is exhausting

My newfound popularity is stunning. Everywhere I go people ask for my opinion. It’s fascinating how people I barely know - even giant corporations an → Read More

Trying to get her head and data in the clouds [opinion]

Once every week or so my phone tells me it failed to back up because there is not enough cloud storage. Then it prompts me to buy a bigger, better cloud. Why would I buy more of something that I can’t comprehend now? → Read More

Lori Borgman: Forging ahead in turbulent times

Sometimes the voices of the past are the ones we need most in the present. I revisit one in particular when the world goes wobbly. I have dog-eared the pag → Read More

When being princess for a day turns fowl [opinion]

Emma the girl makes a special gift for her pal, Emma the chicken. It’s not a hit with the other hens. → Read More

Lori Borgman: Trying to get her head and data in the clouds

I have a long history of issues with my cloud. The main problem being that I can’t wrap my head around it. Some people can’t get their heads ou → Read More

Good news and bad news at the grocery store [opinion]

The good news is that grocery store shelves seemed better stocked these days. The bad news is the little credit card machines at the checkouts that used to say "chip, swipe or tap," now say, "arm, leg or both." → Read More

Lori Borgman: When being princess for a day turns fowl

This is a story about a chicken. It’s not an earth-shattering story like so many stories these days, particularly that horrific one halfway around th → Read More

Voicemails, the best way to annoy friends and family [opinion]

If you listen to your voicemails, you may be in the minority. I read a piece claiming that more and more people are ignoring their voicemails. They find the practice freeing. → Read More