• Pagan Parenting,  Witchcraft

    Celebrating Beltane

    Beltane is a fire festival from the northern European traditions of Wicca and Paganism. Beltane is called a fire festival for two reasons. One Beltane roughly translates to bright fire. Two, in order to celebrate a large bonfire was built…

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    Taking Care of Tools: The Witch’s Athame

    Have you ever looked at all the pretty knives or athames online and just salivated? Some of them shimmer and others look weighty and imposing. Should you go with white handle? Black Handle? Bejeweled? Does it matter what color or…

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    Witchcraft

    Creating Magical Herbal Sachets

    Herbal Sachets are probably one of the oddest and yet fun bit of magic I like to do. Throw some leaves, bark, and bits in a baggy and keep it near you or on an altar? Smells fantastic! (Usually) But…

  • Witchcraft

    Taking Care of Tools: Gemstones

    Gemstones are one of the most common and (can be) one of the most expensive tools that a witch uses. Truthfully, stones, rocks, and gemstones are incredibly accessible to anyone who is just getting started with their magic practice. As…

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    Knotwork Spells

    Today, I want to talk about knot work spells. These are incredibly simple spells that are often times overlooked when you are just starting your journey into witchcraft. They don’t have the same ambiance as candles and they don’t typically…

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    Energetic Home Cleaning

    Cleaning and organizing our things and spaces is taking the world by storm. Between the Hygge/Lagom movement and Marie Kondo’s Magic of Tidying Up, the spirng cleaning fever has hit early. Hygge is a swedish concept of a cozy home.…

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    Witch’s Holidays: Imbolc Celebrations

    Imbolc (EM-bolk like folk) is a fire festival holiday that falls on February 2nd. More commonly known as Groundhog’s Day, this holiday is a celebration of the return of the light and for the return of activity in nature. The…