The story about how creating a Capsule Wardrobe saved my sanity after deciding to move 5000 miles with a toddler and everything we own in tow. When we decided we would move across the country this year, one of the first things we did was create a plan to start minimizing our stuff. (See link… Read More My Capsule Wardrobe: Or How I was able to move 5000+ miles with all of my clothes in 1 suitcase
What a month! I apologize for being MIA for so long. I certainly didn’t expect to be or I would have scheduled some posts for you all. For those of you who don’t follow us on Facebook (shame on you, haha) I was live a few times a couple of weeks ago and if you’re… Read More Summer Update
We just made a huge move (more on that coming soon). As we get settled in, we’re already planning out our coming year. That means scheduling the Craft Festival Season here in Tennessee and the surrounding area! With that in mind, we thought we would honor this Throw Back Thursday with images of past fairs… Read More Throw-Back-Thursday: Preparing for Craft Festival Season!
When talking to anyone who has used Essential Oils, it seems we all have a Eureka moment or Discovery story when it comes to using them. I found that sharing our stories brings us together. We become a tribe of potion making witches and plant essence angels. Our enthusiasm blossoms! We are constantly learning something… Read More Essential Oils: My Magical Discovery Story
So many thanks go out to my friend Heather for introducing me to Simbi. Simbi is a website based on the concept of Bartering and Trade. The idea is to create a “Symbiotic Community” where we help each other out with fair trade and empathy. I think this attitude towards people and economics is what… Read More Simbi: Lets Start a Barter Revolution!
May Day is just around the corner and now is the time to prepare your traditional treats, libations and crafts. I was inspired to share one of the sacred herbs of the holiday and a libation recipe that many of my adult readers might enjoy. Sweet Woodruff Galium odoratumAka: Waldmeister (wood master/ master of the… Read More Sweet Woodruff and May Wine
German Chamomile is my #2017HerbMascot and the focus of my blog’s response to the #30DaysofHerbalAllies challenge by Herbal Roots Zine. It seemed only natural that I also make it the Herb of the Month – and I apologize for how late this one is coming. I’ll me sure to post these earlier in the month… Read More Herb of the Month: German Chamomile
Some of you might not know, despite my openness on social media and my blog about this aspect of my life, that our family lost a child through miscarriage on Christmas Eve of 2013. I spent the entirety of 2014 focused on my healing from that event and in 2015 I became pregnant with our… Read More Pregnancy and Infant Loss Advocacy Program and Pagan Group
A Call to Prayer Hildegard of Bingen The earth is at the same time mother, She is mother of all that is natural, mother of all that is human. She is the mother of all, for contained in her are the seeds of all. The earth of humankind contains all moistness, all verdancy, all germinating… Read More Viriditas Blessings on Earth Day 2017
Initially when contemplating Chamomile and the #30DaysofHerbalAllies I shied away from discussing the metaphysical connections of this herb. I thought that focusing on the physical healing properties and the every day uses would be best for my readers. It wasn’t until I sat, sipping on chamomile infusion, meditating on this beautiful herb, that it occurred to… Read More Sacred Chamomile Healing: Combining the Physical and the Spirit for Holistic Wellness