Samhain Shadow Work And Grimoire Prompts (Podcast Episode 147)

Samhain Shadow Work November’s Eve, AKA Samhain, Halloween or All Hallows Eve is the third harvest festival, celebrated around November 1st. The midpoint between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice is a time when the days are being consumed by longer, colder nights. The late Autumn time, when the very last of the harvest … More Samhain Shadow Work And Grimoire Prompts (Podcast Episode 147)

Autumn Equinox Journaling Prompts & Mabon Rituals (Podcast Episode 141)

The Autumn Equinox, also known as Mabon, is The Second Harvest, celebrated around September 21 in the Northern Hemisphere. The word “equinox” means equal-night, referring to the way there are 12 hours of day light and 12 hours of darkness on both the Autumn and Spring Equinoxes. At the Autumn Equinox, the long days are … More Autumn Equinox Journaling Prompts & Mabon Rituals (Podcast Episode 141)

How To Get Out Of A Dark Night Of The Soul (Podcast Episode 139)

We all go through depression or existential crises. Here’s how to get out of a dark night of the soul using magickal practices. Earlier this month, I asked my newsletter subscribers what they need most right now, and offered them a library of free resources on how to balance their life using the Five Elements. … More How To Get Out Of A Dark Night Of The Soul (Podcast Episode 139)

Lughnasadh / Lammas Sabbat “The First Harvest” With Printable Grimoire Journal Prompts (Podcast Episode 138)

August’s Eve (also known as Lammas or Lughnasadh) is the midpoint between the Summer Solstice and the Autumn Equinox. Celebrated around August 1, it’s known to witches as The First Harvest. This time of year (in the long, warm, lazy days of Summer) it is easy for us to take it all for granted. But … More Lughnasadh / Lammas Sabbat “The First Harvest” With Printable Grimoire Journal Prompts (Podcast Episode 138)

Kitchen Witchery Morning Coffee Ritual – A 5 Minute Daily Success Spell (Podcast Episode 137)

I haven’t always been a huge coffee drinker; in fact, I actually prefer weak coffee or tea in the morning, and I don’t think its really the caffeine that “wakes me up.” I think for me, it’s more the psychological aspect of infusing hot water with herbs and the intention to start my morning off right… And what better way to do that than to turn your morning drink into an actual little ritual? … More Kitchen Witchery Morning Coffee Ritual – A 5 Minute Daily Success Spell (Podcast Episode 137)

Spirituality Of The Summer Solstice (Podcast Episode 136)

The Summer Solstice (also known as Litha or Midsummer) is the longest day and shortest night of the year. Celebrated around june 21, the Summer Solstice marks the end of Spring and the beginning of the Summer season. It’s called “Midsummer” because astronomically, it’s the middle point of the half of the year when the … More Spirituality Of The Summer Solstice (Podcast Episode 136)

Beltane / May’s Eve Themes And The Law Of Gender (Podcast Episode 134)

Beltane (or “May’s Eve”) is the half-way mark between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice, and it’s celebrated around May 1. In the current neopagan community, this sabbat which I like to call May’s Eve tends to be called “Beltane,” because these cross-quarter checkpoints (the center marks between solstices and equinoxes) are derived from … More Beltane / May’s Eve Themes And The Law Of Gender (Podcast Episode 134)

I Tried Celebrating The 8 Sabbats Of Witches Even Though I’m Not Wiccan! Here Are My 6 Biggest Takeaways (Podcast Episode 133)

A beginner’s guide to seasonal manifesting with the wheel of the year, using the 8 sabbats of witches. … More I Tried Celebrating The 8 Sabbats Of Witches Even Though I’m Not Wiccan! Here Are My 6 Biggest Takeaways (Podcast Episode 133)

Spring Equinox / Ostara Journal Prompts For Your Grimoire Or Book Of Shadows (Podcast Episode 131)

The new year is getting well underway and we’re now arriving at the first quarter of the Earth’s path around the sun. The Spring Equinox (also known as Ostara) is the time of year when the daylight hours (which have been slowly growing longer since the Winter Solstice) finally catch up to the hours of … More Spring Equinox / Ostara Journal Prompts For Your Grimoire Or Book Of Shadows (Podcast Episode 131)

Seasonal Living Guide For February’s Eve Season (Podcast Episode 126)

The wheel of the year has turned once more, and its time to welcome in our first seasonal checkpoint of the New Year: February’s Eve! It’s the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. Known to Celtic pagans as “Imbolc,” this quiet little celebration is what I like to call the “best kept … More Seasonal Living Guide For February’s Eve Season (Podcast Episode 126)

Yule / Winter Solstice Rebirth: How I Prepare For The New Year (Podcast Episode 125)

The Winter Solstice (also known as Midwinter or Yule) is the shortest day and longest night of the year. Celebrated around December 21 in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s known to some witches as the astronomical “new year.” This time of year when the Sun is resetting itself for a new cycle, it can also be … More Yule / Winter Solstice Rebirth: How I Prepare For The New Year (Podcast Episode 125)

DIY Lammas Junk Journal For August’s Harvest Season (Printable Grimoire Pages)

Let’s make this DIY Lammas junk journal together! Lammas / Lughnasad / August’s Eve is the Wheel Of The Year checkpoint that takes place around August 1st. It’s known to witches and pagans as “The First Harvest” and I like to work with themes of abundance this time of year. I’ve designed information pages, and … More DIY Lammas Junk Journal For August’s Harvest Season (Printable Grimoire Pages)

Self Care Journal Prompts For Imbolc / February’s Eve (Podcast Episode 112)

I like to do these three self care journal prompts every year around the first of February. The February 1st wheel of the year checkpoint is known to witches and pagans as Imbolc or February’s Eve. Being the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, it’s an opportunity for a very welcome pause … More Self Care Journal Prompts For Imbolc / February’s Eve (Podcast Episode 112)

Midsummer And The Magick Of The Moment (Podcast Episode 86)

Its finally here! The time we wait and wish for all winter long has finally arrived; Midsummer! Also known as the Summer Solstice and Litha, the seasonal checkpoint celebrated around June 22 is all about fun in the sun! At this date, the sun is as close to Earth as it will get all year, and the days are at their longest. … More Midsummer And The Magick Of The Moment (Podcast Episode 86)

3 Super Easy Acts of Kitchen Witchery That You Can Do Today! (Podcast Episode 75)

If you’re at all immersed in the online witchy community, doubtlessly, you’ve come across the term “Kitchen Witch,” but what exactly makes a kitchen witch? After all, we all have kitchens, and if you’re reading this blog, you’ve definitely got the magick in you… So aren’t we all kitchen witches in a way? We all certainly … More 3 Super Easy Acts of Kitchen Witchery That You Can Do Today! (Podcast Episode 75)

8 Witch-Approved Halloween Movies To Watch This Samhain / November’s Eve Season

Looking for witchy Halloween movies other than just Hocus Pocus, The Craft and Practical magic? Since the storylines of the movies The Craft and Practical Magic actually take place during spring/summer sabbats (May’s Eve and Midsummer, respectively) I tend to save those for the opposite side of the wheel of the year! In the fall, … More 8 Witch-Approved Halloween Movies To Watch This Samhain / November’s Eve Season

Jack-O-Lantern Meaning (Pumpkin Symbolism For Halloween)

We think of the pumpkin with the face as a universal symbol for the season of the witch, but what is the actual jack-o-lantern meaning? I invite you to join me for this little chat about what the jack-o-lantern means from a witchy and secular standpoint, and share some ideas on how to use this … More Jack-O-Lantern Meaning (Pumpkin Symbolism For Halloween)

Samhain Shadow Work (Exploring Our Darkness Around Halloween Time)

Did you know that Halloween is the season for Samhain “shadow work?” Perhaps you’re already familiar with the spiritual / self development modality known as “shadow work.” Or maybe you’ve been hearing it floating around as a buzz word, but haven’t yet found a tangible, sustainable and beneficial way of incorporating it into your practice… … More Samhain Shadow Work (Exploring Our Darkness Around Halloween Time)

DIY Autumn Crown Craft For Mabon or Samhain (Video Tutorial)

Let’s make this magickal DIY autumn crown for Mabon and Samhain season! You can use either artificial or preserved / dried sprigs from nature… Or a mix of both!  All you will need for this magickal little project are: Have fun! Did you enjoy this post? If so, I invite you to check out this … More DIY Autumn Crown Craft For Mabon or Samhain (Video Tutorial)

Pumpkin Symbolism and Meaning – Mabon and Samhain Correspondences (Podcast Episode 118)

Pumpkin aesthetic has become synonymous with the Fall season… But what is the spiritual and historical meaning of pumpkin symbolism? The moment Labor Day is over, there is pumpkin symbolism everywhere you look! From pumpkin spice lattes to copious amounts of pumpkin Décor, this plant has become the universal symbol of the Autumn Season… And, … More Pumpkin Symbolism and Meaning – Mabon and Samhain Correspondences (Podcast Episode 118)

Free Printable Summer Solstice Jar Labels for Wildflower Bouquets

Looking for a fun, easy Summer Solstice craft? These free printable Summer Solstice jar labels make for a great project! For me, Midsummer (or the Summer Solstice season) is a time to appreciate wildflowers! And they make great gifts! Its about daisies and dandelions and clovers and all of nature’s colorful little gifts that some … More Free Printable Summer Solstice Jar Labels for Wildflower Bouquets

Home Blessing Spell to Attract Peace and Prosperity Into Your House

If you want to actively create a peaceful environment for yourself, its important to cleanse the space and infuse it with your own power of intention. Energy clearing and intention setting is a wonderful practice, whether you’re in a new home or if you’d like to spruce up the energy of a home you’ve lived in for a while! … More Home Blessing Spell to Attract Peace and Prosperity Into Your House

DIY Evergreen Wreath for The Winter Solstice Yule Season

​Evergreen plants grow all year even in the coldest of climates. For this reason, they are one of our oldest and best loved Winter Holiday staples. They remind us that although most of the greenery has disappeared, their life force is still strong beneath the ground, and the Earth is still alive and strong. While times may be harder during the winter, the evergreen is here as a symbol of our inner light, which will outlast the season. … More DIY Evergreen Wreath for The Winter Solstice Yule Season