January 6, 2019

Witch, Indeed reviews 2018, full of love and pain. And many valuable lessons. Read more

January 1, 2019

Facing a new year can be daunting. You can get caught up in resolutions, or plans that go awry. The core of being a witch is doing the work. Follow along as I tell you how. Read more

December 19, 2018

December can be full of celebrating, but it can also be a time of grieving. The Winter Solstice is a good time to process grief via ritual. As the days turn longer, it can help us process through the darkness into the light. Read more

December 10, 2018

What to do when December rolls around, and your friends are pagan and witchy? Fear not! I have lots of suggestions for Yule, Winter Solstice and general gift giving for December holidays. Read more

December 2, 2018

Do you dread winter? I used to suffer paralyzing anxiety and fear, until I discovered ways to deal with it, thanks to my community and magic. Read more

November 26, 2018

When surviving Mercury in Retrograde seems impossible, here is my list to help! A few strategies to help you get through this period with sanity relatively intact. Read more

November 21, 2018

Do the holidays fill you with trepidation? Try turning towards the darkness within yourself to find balance during the hectic days ahead. Shadow work can provide the balance that is needed. Read more

November 12, 2018

We may seem different, but I have always seen the thread of commonality among all of us, no matter what we practice. See if you agree. Read more

November 5, 2018

Some view voting as mundane and useless. Yet voting can be ritual, as part of your magical life. Read on for tips on how to imbue your magic into your activism. Read more

October 28, 2018

Samhain is always so festive BEFORE the big day. It’s understandable. The weather finally turns (depending on where you are), the days are filled with activities and the excitement builds. Then there is the post celebration letdown. Sure, Yule and Winter Solstice are coming. But it’s just not as much FUN. This year, I began treating each part of the Wheel of the Year as a season, resisting the urge to be so cut and dry. When the event is… Read more

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