It’s the last day of 2022 and holy crap I am ready for it. It’s been chaos and unpredictability in both my personal life as well as my practice, and I’m glad to be starting over fresh with many things come 2023. Things have changed in my life and I’m getting back to why I started making content in the first place — for something I enjoy doing!
In today’s episode, I give my perspective and opinion on the different ways labels can help and harm your witchcraft practice. As always, this episode is simply one witch’s thoughts! I don’t personally label my witchcraft, though I have labeled my polytheistic practice. Don’t forget that labels are community created and arbitrary — they only matter if they matter to you!
Audio This month, I was inspired to give a more spooky episode for the podcast, something steeped in legend and folklore. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow was written by Washington Irving, an American author that wrote the story detailing a Hessian soldier that was decapitated during a battle in the revolutionary war come back to … Read more
A friend of mine, Megs (Prairie), recently reminded me that I’m not alone when I have feelings of inadequacy in regard to my practice and my knowledge. She left me with the quote that is also the title of this episode: Comparison is the thief of joy. I wanted to share my thoughts with you, the things that I know but that don’t stop me from comparing myself to others. This episode is a sort of pep talk for myself and others that might struggle with this, too. So thank you, Megs, for the reminder!
I received a question on Instagram about how I’m adjusting to life in Florida in regard to the Wheel of the Year, energy work, and seasonal celebrations. It got me thinking about how I don’t really follow the traditional Wheel of the Year and how I’ve created, and continue to refine, my own celebration calendar. … Read more
I’ve had the itch to talk about tools in witchcraft practices for a few weeks now and I finally just decided to sit down and record. In this episode, you’ll hear my thoughts on common tools, how we can reframe our views on what tools in witchcraft are, and some random thoughts I have about … Read more