July 13, 2021

Summer malaise got you down? A few earthy Pagan suggestions to help with the Summer doldrums. Read more

June 28, 2021

Summer is upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, and I have been noticing a delightful trend among my Pagan and Witchy friends: they are making plans and are determined to enjoy themselves. Seems simple, but after the last year we have all experienced, it is a welcome sight. Is it time for the rest of us to find the magic of a Pagan Summer? Read more

June 12, 2021

Simple ways to celebrate Summer Solstice, Midsummer and Litha. Read more

May 31, 2021

Don’t forget to pack your magical items when traveling this summer! A handy checklist is included. Read more

May 17, 2021

As we move through these post COVID times, what will our Pagan community look like? A few things to consider as we begin to gather again, and build (or rebuild) our communities. Read more

April 25, 2021

Do you want to do something unique for Beltane? May 1st is also World Labyrinth Day. Walking a labyrinth can be a magical journey, so here are a few tips to enhance your experience. Read more

April 11, 2021

The word fertility is often associated with Beltane, and can apply to many areas of life, outside the ones we normally associate with this celebration. Using gardening terms, a few magical suggestions are included to enhance fertility during this turn in the Wheel of the Year. Read more

March 31, 2021

Spring is a time of transitions, as we leave Winter behind, and look forward to sunnier, warmer days. It can be a challenge to feel grounded and cheerful as the weather can be very changeable during this time. A bread pudding recipe, mixed with a bit of kitchen witchery, can help ease this transition! Read more

March 9, 2021

Spring is coming for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere! Even if where you live is still covered with snow, listen closely. The earth is moving ever onward. It’s no coincidence that March is filled with so many celebrations: Spring Equinox, Ostara, St. Patrick’s Day, and sometimes Spring Break, Passover and Ramadan take place in March. With so many traditions, we feel the excitement building as the calendar turns towards this month. March 2021 also marks the one year anniversary when COVID touched many of our lives, and even though we are not out of restrictions and concern by any means, there is a glimmer of hope as vaccinations are administered and we are able to be outside more as the weather warms.  Read more

February 21, 2021

Every year around this time, Ostara beckons, and I am filled with both delight and something that feels like reluctance at the thought. I have Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.), which means I have a type of depression related to the seasons. In my case, it is Winter. I’ve learned a few things this winter, one that has been overlaid with a pandemic. Read more

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