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U is for the Unknown

    This past Tuesday marked my last day at a company that spent over seven years. I didn’t want to leave, but my other option was to apply and get a lower paying job within the company as a result of my previous position being eliminated. 230 more words

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T is for 30 Things Before 30

I will turn 30 on August 16, 2015. This will be a huge milestone! In my 20’s I haven’t really challenged myself that way I would have liked, so my goal is to complete this list before I turn 30. 180 more words

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Book Review - Carry the Rock

Carry the Rock  by Jessica D Rzeszewski

Carry the Rock is an honest, first hand account by the author J D Rzeszewski of her experiences as an apprentice in Toltec shamanism with a Nagual in Hawaii. 169 more words

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S is for Setbacks and Sacred Promises

In an attempt to make a long story short, I was recently demoted at work. Demoted, might be the wrong word. My position was eliminated and I have been turned down from the two positions of equal standing within the company. 473 more words

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S is for Sickness

Cross-legged in my front of the fireplace in my basement, I tear the kindling into smaller pieces. Mindfully, I light the fire and count myself down into a meditative state. 188 more words

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Stories Make The World Go Round

‘2. A myth or story from folklore. ‘

-LittleCityWitch (Tumblr)

Now this question calls for a bit of a think. From what I’ve read on pagan blogs, the myths that stay with a witch are the ones that shape their faith. 247 more words

Pagan Blog Project: C is For Candles and Charms

I’m still kind of behind, but let’s try to catch up!

The theme for February on The Cauldron is slumps/downtime/fallow periods. I was debating to use candles or charms for this, but both fit for different reasons. 427 more words

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