Lovingly sourced from a wide array of languages, this list of 100 rare and beautiful words from around the world is absolutely perfect for witches, Pagans, and fellow logophiles.
As the year's first season draws to a close and we welcome spring into our lives once more, it's time to look back at the winter that just was with a new link love post highlighting some of the most interesting and inspiring things that caught my eye over the past three months.
Spring's return is just around the corner, as it that of the Pagan sabbat of Ostara. Celebrate either, or both, of these joyful events with this roundup of 35 fantastic DIY and craft projects that are perfect for the Spring Equinox.
It's February 14th and love is in the air. In this post, we shine the spotlight less on romance and (far) more on fourteen awesome ways that you can love your witchcraft practices all the more. J'adore! ♥
Announcing the launch of Witchcrafted Life's YouTube channel and sharing a tour of my Imbolc 2021 altar.
The hauntingly fun days of October are fading once again, but fall time itself is still going strong. In this post, we'll take a look at 30 different reasons - one for each day of the month - to love and celebrate the beautiful month that is November.
The second of the harvest season sabbats, Mabon, is upon us again. In this post we explore 15 awesome free and low-cost ways to celebrate the Fall Equinox.
A little about how life is going for me right now, coupled with a simple and lovely cloud divination spell for clarity about the future.
Lammas (Lughnasadh) has returned and with it the subtle shifts of summer into fall. In this post, we explore fifteen awesome animal correspondences to connect to and work with during the first of the year's three Pagan harvest season sabbats.
One of the best things about summer is the abundance of fresh produce it offers up. In this post, we explore 25 magickal ways to work with stone fruit - from peaches to cherries, plums to apricots and more - in your witchcraft this season.