Fibromyalgia And Me: Living With An Invisible Illness

Fibromyalgia And Me: Living With An Invisible Illness

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!By Knikkolette Church I didn’t start out feeling sick, my first symptom was a bad memory.  I couldn’t remember anything – the smallest things, the largest things – everything that used to be easy for me to remember was now […]

Self-Injury Facts and Fallacies: SIAD 2013

Self-Injury Facts and Fallacies: SIAD 2013

By Amanda Fox Trigger Warning: this blog post contains information about self-harm. “I don’t cut because I want to die. I cut because I want to live.” That could easily be the motto of Self-Injury Awareness Day (SIAD) this year. Self-Injury occurs in about one in every eight individuals at some point in their lifetime. […]

4 Tips to Revitalize Your Spring Wardrobe

4 Tips to Revitalize Your Spring Wardrobe

By Carrie Eckles Spring is coming. Anyone who knows me knows I’m not one to say such a thing, what with my very severe obsession with “Game of Thrones,” but it’s true: spring is coming. I’m not a spring person. I have allergies and I hate the heat, but, for me, there is one consolation: […]

Ladies in the Limelight: Spicie Vegetarian Singers

Ladies in the Limelight: Spicie Vegetarian Singers

By Alicia Taylor Joan Jett, Alanis Morissette and Joss Stone are three incredibly talented singers that light up the stage with their own distinctive styles of music. Joan Jett is known for being the bad girl of rock and roll, belting out hard driving, strong female vocals to rock and punk rhythms. Alanis Morissette became […]

I’m Your Mother… Not Your Friend

I’m Your Mother… Not Your Friend

By Tracy Madlener I am a mom of two kids and I have been known to tell them that I am their mother, not their friend.  The first time I told my youngest that, her face crumpled and it hurt my heart to not give her a warm mommy hug, but she was being naughty […]

Who Should Be An Honorary Spicie Woman?

Who Should Be An Honorary Spicie Woman?

By Sharon Hayes At Spicie, our mission is to educate and empower our readers on topics of interest to women. As a part of this, we also love shining a spotlight on women we believe embody what being a Spicie woman is all about. Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll be sharing with you […]

Non-food items I have put in my mouth and what you can do to stop your kid from doing it

Non-food items I have put in my mouth and what you can do to stop your kid from doing it

By Carrie Eckles I’m not a parent, yet I always find myself giving out—I won’t say “advice”, because it’s not so much that, but—helpful hints about dealing with children. The reason for this has nothing to do with the fact that I was always the third parent in my family, if not the parent of […]

Women In Music: Badass Female Drummers

Women In Music: Badass Female Drummers

By Anise Smith I am a huge fan of music of all genres, old school R&B, classic rock, alternative and more. If it’s good music, I love it! I grew up in an era when music was changing and a lot was changing in my life. I was raised in a tougher part of Philadelphia […]

Wake Up And Smell The GMOs

Wake Up And Smell The GMOs

By Tracy Madlener I am angry.  I can’t believe that I live in a country where the food I buy and give to my children is not trustworthy.  I am astounded that there are well known businesses in America that are using the citizens who live here in this country as their lab rats.  I […]

Asteroids, Meteors and Fireballs! What would you do if it happened to you?

Asteroids, Meteors and Fireballs! What would you do if it happened to you?

By Carrie Eckles February 15, 2013 was an interesting day astronomically speaking. For some people, it was absolutely terrifying. The day began with a meteor that wreaked havoc in the Chelyabinsk area of Russia’s Ural Mountains. Later on that day, planet Earth was treated to an extremely close (by cosmic standards) flyby of an asteroid. […]