Magick and Woo and a Little Snark, Too!
Life needs magic.
Without it, we are just going through the motions.
Living day in and day out with the same ole’ same ole.’ But when you believe in the possibility that anything can happen, life becomes more exciting. It becomes something magical.
This is the life we want to lead. Right? One filled with mysticism and magic?
Are you someone who wishes on stars? Buys crystals at every turn? Is in awe of the moon and planets and how they affect us? Maybe you are feeling drawn to the goddess energy? Or are you a practicing or beginner witch? Or just someone interested in spirituality and mysticism? If you answered yes to even one of those things, then this blog is for you. We are kindred spirits, you and I.
This blog is about all things magical, witchy, and woo. I love moon magick, and if you are interested in that, you will find it here. Information on crystals and crystal grids will fil the pages. I’m a herbalist with an extensive apothecary, so there will be no shortage of posts on herbs and what to do with them.
I know a lot of beginner witches feel overwhelmed with spellwork once the newness wears off and they wonder how to fit magic into their daily lives, well I’ll have posts on that too! Living a magickal life is so fun you’ll want to share it with everyone.
And then, of course, the witchy must-haves. All the awesome basic witch gifts, products, and books you’ll ever want. This is the really fabulous part. It’s like a year-long Halloween!!!
So grab a cup of tea or a glass of wine, get cozy and enjoy. And if there is anything you’d love to see more of just drop me a line at email@example.com
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Life as a witchy woman
Imbolc kicks off the calendar year as far as witchy holidays go. It reminds us that spring is near, and there’s a stirring of new life. Imbolc means “in the belly,” and Imbolc is considered the “quickening of the year.” It brings with it hope and excitement of the life that is near. But what do you DO for Imbolc? Well, here are some simple ways to celebrate Imbolc if you’ve never observed it before.