Valentine Tips for Keeping Things Spicie

Valentine Tips for Keeping Things Spicie

By: Caffeinated OC Mommy (Guest Columnist) My goodness… I’m in new surroundings here… how FABulous!  I even put on a brand new “Spicie” shade of lipstick just for the occasion!  What?  Ohh why yes of course, where have my manners gone… Hellooooo my Darling Friend… fancy meeting you here!  Come make yourself comfy, I’ve got […]

Couples Share Their Secret To Relationship Success

Couples Share Their Secret To Relationship Success

By Knikkolette Church It’s February again.  When I think of February I think of Valentines and when I think of Valentines I think of couples and love.  What makes a relationship work? Is it so much different for new couples than more established couples or is there one common secret that holds everything together? I […]

Romantic Escapes To Spicie Up Your Relationship

Romantic Escapes To Spicie Up Your Relationship

By Heather Jabusch Here we are with Valentine’s Day fast approaching…. do you have plans?  Are you dreaming of a romantic getaway or having a quiet evening at home?  In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, let’s check out some last minute romantic escapes. You may not be able to get to these exact places last […]

Valentine’s Day: The Art Of Dating On A Shoestring Budget

Valentine’s Day: The Art Of Dating On A Shoestring Budget

By Alicia Taylor It’s the big day of the year that makes all the lover’s hearts go thump.  Couples stare dreamily into each other’s eyes and swear undying forever devotion. My idea of a perfect Valentine’s evening is staying home with my man and playing some Xbox together.  Hey, it’s our thang.  However, I have […]

Are You Letting Your Inner Child Make Your Grown Up Decisions?

Are You Letting Your Inner Child Make Your Grown Up Decisions?

By Tracy Madlener I have a teenage son who I’m constantly maneuvering his thoughts and ideas about life.  Now don’t start thinking that I’m some sort of control freak mom, his thoughts are his thoughts… I just sprinkle other perspectives onto his teenage brain and I’m hoping he might catch a glimmer of what it […]

A Friend List for the Friendless

A Friend List for the Friendless

By Carrie Eckles As of the posting of this article, I am twenty-four years old. If I live to be a hundred years old (and I’d like to live longer, because I love this planet), I’m basically a quarter of the way through life. I’ve learned a lot—so far. Life is a constant learning experience […]

Teen Anxiety, Suicide And Creating A Better Tomorrow

Teen Anxiety, Suicide And Creating A Better Tomorrow

By: Nora Lee (Guest Columnist) TRIGGER WARNING: This content deals with an account of suicidal ideations and may be triggering to some people.   I am a mother of two. I am a wife. I am a sister, a daughter, a cousin and a friend. I am a survivor. I haven’t survived what some would […]

What Should I Wear To Work? The Karma Of Being A Woman

What Should I Wear To Work? The Karma Of Being A Woman

By Barbara Farina Women. We carry the stigma of a purported beauty or ideal of beauty. For years, we were told what was to be the length of our skirts, if we could wear pants or not and even what kind of shoes we could wear. Well, let’s face it, that has not changed much […]

Children Are Not An Excuse To Do Less, But The Reason To Do More

Children Are Not An Excuse To Do Less, But The Reason To Do More

By Barbara Farina As a mother of two children who works from home and still takes care of my home and family, I cannot but feel a little insulted when a woman or a man gives the excuse that they have to care for their children as the reason why they cannot hold down a […]