This week on The Drive-Home, Kara and I have shared several clips from a conversation we had several months ago with Isaac from Middays on KLRC and Dr. James Hawkins, host of the KLRC podcast, "A More Excellent Way. " This conversation was originally recorded for an episode of The Real Talk Podcast for KLRC's sister station, Real FM. .
So, opinions were a bit divided on the show this week. Not surprisingly, it's about food. Specifically a fast food chain's new Lucky Charms milkshake. Ansen thought this concoction belonged on our Fast Food Wall of Shame.
Hey! Welcome to another What We Learned Friday! This week we learned that naming your car is VERY serious business. I'm glad I had help or the pressure might have been too much to handle! .
"You know there's a saying, on the other side of conflict is intimacy. " I tried not to laugh (or cry) when my counselor told me this. There are few things in life I dread more than conflict. (A root canal might be a close second. But it's really close.
It's What We Learned Friday!! This week, Ansen and I learned about caffeine, classic kid arguments, and.
This week on the KLRC Drive-Home, Kara talked about how a friend told her these words: "I just feel so behind. " Many of us have probably uttered that phrase regarding some aspect of our lives.
It's another Friday, which means it's time again to reflect on what we learned on the Drive-Home this week! Kara read a blog post from Nikki Thompson, who shared some words from her husband that we found encouraging.
This week on the Drive Home, we successfully solved the mysterious case of the sticky mouse (computer, not animal) in the studio. We also talked about how sometimes we talk about being busy like it's a badge of honor. Spoiler alert, it's not.
It's another "What We Learned" Friday here on the Drive-Home! This week on the show, Kara had "Beauty and the Beast" fever. The animated classic was one of Kara's favorite childhood movies, so she went to go see the new adaptation last weekend.
There's been a bit of controversy that started during last weekend's Super Bowl halftime show featuring Lady Gaga. Many people on social media sites began deriding the performer for her "flabby" stomach.