As a witch, it is important to know and understand why we apply this word to ourselves. In this post, I delve deep into multiple reasons why I call myself a witch and why I am a witch in the first place.
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.
Summer 2020 is winding down and that means it's time for a new edition of my link roundup series Magick, Crafty Makes, and Me.
Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions by Anastasia Greywolf is a captivatingly beautiful looking book, but it's contents are apt to surprise many. In this book review post, I provide a frank view on what is really going on behind this title's eye-catching cover.
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.
A new season is here, but before we throw ourselves into all things spring, let's take a look back at some interesting, informative, and engaging links from around the web that have caught my eye in recent months.
Instead of flash in the pan New Year's resolutions, why not focus on concrete, realistic ways to help you achieve a more magickally and spiritually centered year? Read on to discover twelve effective ways to do just that.