Three Things Thursday: Intersectional Environmentalism, The Tigers of Scotland, and Camp Nano!

Each week, I share three things with you, usually media from others that informs and inspires my spirituality and writing. I hope it helps you grow and learn with me! Intersectional Environmentalism If you’ve done any reading about race and feminism, you should already be at least familiar with the term intersectionality. I recently learned aboutContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Intersectional Environmentalism, The Tigers of Scotland, and Camp Nano!”

Macha Calls

If you haven’t read Sara Ann Lawless’ latest, revealing post, you really must.  It’s called “So Long, and Thanks for All the Abuse: A History of Sexual Trauma in the Pagan Community.”   It’s long, raw, and has the potential to trigger.  If you are up to reading it, I highly recommend it out of necessity.Continue reading “Macha Calls”

30+ Examples of Christian Privilege — Everyday Feminism

Just a quick share today. I’m super busy with appointments and breastfeeding! My friend RavynStar shared this link on her FB last night. I found myself nodding in agreement and feeling frustrated with the status quo. Who knows what religion, if any, my daughter will embrace, but it’s annoying to think that she may haveContinue reading “30+ Examples of Christian Privilege — Everyday Feminism”

Waiting for Imbolc

It’s late morning.  After doing my best to offer hospitality to our guest, I’m finally sitting down for some warm cereal and tea.  Ahhh…  me time!  The tea is made with roughly chopped fresh ginger, local honey, and half a lemon – its juice and rind.  Trying to keep my body healthy and ward offContinue reading “Waiting for Imbolc”

Versatile Blogger Award

Given to me by  The Witch of Howling Creek Although some may think of this as just another blogging meme, I am delighted to receive this Versatile Blogger Award from the Witch of Howling Creek.  It’s always nice to know someone enjoys reading my blog. Here are the associated rules: Thank the award-giver and linkContinue reading “Versatile Blogger Award”

A Dangerous Method – A Brief Review

Ever since I heard there was going to be a film featuring Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, I have excitedly anticipated “A Dangerous Method.”   I first became aware of Jung’s work in psychology when I applied some of his ideas to a paper on Frankenstein in 12th grade. I was dabbling with Wicca at theContinue reading “A Dangerous Method – A Brief Review”

The Ditzy Druid Joins The Witches Yuletide Ball!

Despite family and college-related stress, I’ve finally managed to take part in the ball!  I had grand schemes but, because of everything going on, I will just share what I did today. After a long morning and afternoon of class and meetings, I spent a majority of my evening prepping for the Winter Solstice celebrations.Continue reading “The Ditzy Druid Joins The Witches Yuletide Ball!”

Online Multiple Personality “Disorder” in Paganism

There are a lot of pagans out there who are very open and feel comfortable using their legal name in connection to their every move, including grove/coven web pages, Facebook profiles, blogs, etc.  If you are one of those people, that is awesome.  We need more Pagans to come out of the broom closet andContinue reading “Online Multiple Personality “Disorder” in Paganism”

The Wild Hunt » British Pagans on ABC’s Nightline

Most of you have probably seen this already, but I wanted to share it anyway.  When I was living with my parents, I used to watch Nightline with my mum before bed.  I remember their “Faith Matters” segments and always bemoaned that they were only devoted to the  big monotheistic religions.  I just wanted oneContinue reading “The Wild Hunt » British Pagans on ABC’s Nightline”