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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

The KonMari method of tidying/organizing blew up across the internet. I was hearing about the book and the method everywhere. It seemed like the people reviewing it were giving away the biggest secret, so I didn’t really see a point in reading it myself. 742 more words

Book Review

Read Along: To Walk A Pagan Path (Chapter 7)

Welcome back to the Read Along of To Walk a Pagan Path by Albert Albertsson–Catch up here with Chapter 1 (part 1), Chapter 1 (part 2) 1,875 more words

Paganism

Celebrating Spring

March 2016

Ostara and rabbits, easter eggs and tulips.  The renewal of the earth and the lengthening of days was a good way to return to our home rhythm after 5 weeks away visiting with grandparents on both sides.   47 more words

Homeschooling

Ostara & Beltane

It’s been a while since I last posted anything, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy 😊

I’ve been working two jobs these last few months, so that left me little time to paint. 35 more words

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The Forgotten Easter

This blog post is something that I hopes inspires any new comers to the Craft, Wicca, or even Paganism in general. The beginning is sort of long but it adds background…I think. 798 more words

Wicca

Black Out Poem - Home and Thoughts of Time

“Remember that home is no longer a house, but a lodge of the soul. Do not fall asleep and concentrate on thoughts of time.”

Happy Vernal Equinox! 74 more words

Thoughts

Eostre's Roses

Another piece listed Saturday, 4/2. Inspired by Eostre, the Germanic Goddess who gave her name to both the festival of Ostara and the holiday Easter. Thought to be a Goddess of sunrise, she was celebrated in the springtime—during the “dawn” of the new growing season. 69 more words

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