November Roundup

Welcome to the end of November!

November has definitely been a month of turmoil! The US presidential election was a roller coaster of heart-wrenching emotion. I even wrote post election recovery tips because of it! That post included the Tower spread, which is also available in my shop.

November was an odd month for me. The last weeks of October were suppose to be much different then what they were and that messed up my plans for November entirely so posts were sort of everywhere in terms of content.

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Sprinkling fiery leaves 😍

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We had posts about seasonal offerings and spells involving spirits.

A step by step how to guide on writing money spells made its appearance on Thanksgiving rather than a more traditional post that you might have seen elsewhere. Hopefully, it helped out those of you who started your holiday shopping already.

November also saw a lot of personal and self-improvement posts. A post on shadow work, meditation, and a soul journeys were featured. A different version of my Grace Under Fire potion appeared as a spell. There was also a spell for courage and wonders inspired by Catherynne M. Valente’s The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland On A Ship Of Her Own Making.

November is also National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) so magical ideas for NaNoWriMo and an inspiration spell were offered to get the most out of your writing marathon. (And hopefully by the time you see this post I’m done with NaNoWriMo for the year.) For those of you struggling in the final days of NaNoWriMo, don’t give up!

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Autumn in New England. 😍

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We made it to the end of November. We’re probably not where we want to be and we probably don’t have what we want but we’re here. I hope things only get better for you from here. Stay strong.

Next month will, hopefully feature some useful posts and spells. I’m aiming for a special surprised too, but I can’t say too much about it right now. Thank you all so much for a great November and see you all in December!