The cycles of mental illness can leave us feeling less than perfect. It can have us feeling like we don’t measure up to the standard that has been set for us. Everyone else seems to be so... normal and able to cope with life so well. You already know the cliche “nothing is perfect” so … Continue reading You are Still Worthy.
And so it begins, the journey of my own recovery. I mean... my second recovery, my mental health recovery. How many times does someone get to say that in a lifetime? I thought the recovery from drugs and alcohol was going to be the big one... the only one. I guess I was wrong. When … Continue reading My mental health journey
Where did the first witch come from? That isn’t fully known, and I believe it is because the heart of the witch is in everyone. It runs through all the archetypes. Magic was at the very beginning. The way of the witch lives within, next to blood and bone, snug underneath the rib cage. Coming … Continue reading What Makes A Witch?
*Disclaimer: This is the way in which I personally uncover and work with the wild woman archetype in my own life. It is a self-exploration and research expedition into the soul. There are many ways to get in touch with the wild woman archetype and I do suggest finding the way that works best for … Continue reading Exploring The Wild Woman Archetype: Tarot Spread & Journal
Tonight I caught a wave as sadness as I sat down to eat my dinner. My fathers side of the family usually celebrates Easter, making it into a celebration centered around food and connection. This year instead of being around those I love, I cooked myself a batch of perogies and settled in to watch … Continue reading Tarot for Tough Times: Spending Holidays Alone
I'm a firm believer in individual direction. What I mean by that is, everyone on earth is turned on by different things. I love to write, you might love history, another person might love salsa dancing. Everyone has a direction in life that is unique to them. Your twenties are all about discovering your path, … Continue reading You’re 20-something & you’re broke…now what?