House Proud – Green Gone Wrong, Toronto Sun

Lisa
Before “green” became the watchword to signify environmental friendliness it was simply a colour. Kermit the Frog crooned, “It’s not easy being green,” and if the famous Muppet had ever wound his spindly fingers around a paintbrush, he would have... Continue reading

Love Lives On

Lisa
One of my rear car seats has been in the down position since I moved more than a month ago.  I failed to remove the headrest before pushing the backrest forward and down and the seat became jammed too tightly... Continue reading

IBTs and Distracted Drivers

Lisa
I love London. I would never compare it unfavourably to Toronto except in one area: its drivers. Continue reading

New Logo

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I’d like to draw your attention to the upper left portion of your screen! Continue reading

Realities of Radio

Lisa
Part of the reason that I chose to pursue radio and television was stability.  Hah!  Continue reading

RIP Ted Rogers

Lisa
Rogers CEO Ted died this morning at home, surrounded by his loved ones.  He was 75.  He was also a visionary, a risk taker, a mogul, a workaholic, a family man, a decent guy and a billionaire. Continue reading

A Different Way of Giving

Lisa
Forgive me if I’ve written about this before.  Sometimes I’m afraid I may repeat myself with all that’s going on.  Sometimes I’m afraid I may repeat myself with all that’s going on. Continue reading

A Sensible Handbag

Lisa
9 times out of 10 the ads that come up on my facebook page have to do with dieting.  “Try Oprah’s diet”  “Lose weight the Rachel Ray way” “Learn the diet secrets of the stars”  I don’t click on them... Continue reading

A Cozy Holiday for All

Lisa
Real Women Magazine is behind a fresh holiday drive for kids in the care of Children’s Aid.  Continue reading

Props to my Peeps

Lisa
Everybody who’s ever analyzed a BBM (Bureau of Broadcast Measurement) ratings release knows you can manipulate the numbers six ways to Sunday and make your station look like a leader in a category.  Continue reading