Help us fight human trafficking

For four years and counting, Pivot has sponsored the Workout for Charity, a morning bootcamp session designed to get your heart pumping while raising dollars to help victims of human trafficking in Toronto and the GTA. Join us Monday, February 16 for a great workout and a great cause. For […]

Let me go

Stevo and I live in a 900 square foot home, along with a 14 pound dog who sometimes looms large. On the best of days, things are cozy. This time every year, I get the itch to purge. Spring is a time for renewal, and I can’t renew anything if […]

Buddy can you spare $14.97?

A few years ago, I gave up on Blackberry and got an iPhone. I patiently waited in line at my unnamed provider’s local outlet to complete the transaction. You see, I’d been pitched a deal – “trade in your old brick for a shiny new tricorder for only $50 (if […]

Make it work

A few weeks ago I had a bizarre dream. What’s most bizarre is that I remembered it, so clearly, there was a lesson in it somewhere. I was involved in a battle of the bands. We were set to go on stage: my good pal Phil on lead guitar and […]

So long Claire

I’m a CBC nut. When Steve and I moved to Toronto in 1995, one of the first places we visited was the CBC building on Front Street, and one of the first things I purchased in my new city was a CBC key chain. It keeps my keys together to […]