Pagan Living

Jewish Penicillin

The first cold of the season has finally infiltrated our home, and it came not from the kiddos but from the grandfather after he was exposed on a job recently. So, kudos to the Elderberry Syrup defense. Bad news is, L LOVES her grandfather, and they got some cuddles in before he was totally symptomatic… Continue reading Jewish Penicillin

Pagan Living

Cold Tea – Recipe

There's so many things that are annoying, but nothing is worse than a persistent cold. Generally speaking, cold tea recipes tend to be the same across the board with some tweaking here and there. It's pretty simple: Equal parts (by weight) of Yarrow flower, Elderberry, and Spearmint. This is from my new order at the… Continue reading Cold Tea – Recipe

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Wildcrafting Guidelines

I found this from tumblr, who found it from an article. These are the same things I've been taught since a girl, and it's very important to keep in mind, especially if you are new to the whole ethical sourcing/self sourcing/wildcrafting world. I'll work on finding the direct author to attribute, although it might be… Continue reading Wildcrafting Guidelines

Personal Blog

The Names of Things

On our trip to Asheville, we stopped into a few different metaphysical stores. The town is lousy with them, but it was lovely because it seemed that each store had a different focus on what they did, which made every stop a unique experience. One of the stores we stopped at because it was recommended… Continue reading The Names of Things


No-Buy July – 15 Days In

In which I document this first two weeks of No-Buy. I won't go day-by-day as most of it's been pretty good. There's been a couple of bumps, though. I'd love to come in here and write about how everything I did was perfect, and I was able to mindfully consider each purchase, the ramifications, etc… Continue reading No-Buy July – 15 Days In