Everyones is sacred and unique in its own way. There is no right or wrong however you choose to create your space; big or small, colourful or not, it is your space to work magic and your space to connect with the gods. Mine is basic; I wanted to create a reminder of my belief every day … Continue reading Altar.


I have celebrated this day from a very young age since I went primary school, but I had known it as Mayday. As my knowledge grew over the years, I came to know the day as Beltane; the ancient Gaelic fire festival. There are many traditions that take place to mark the day, but I thought … Continue reading Beltane.

Happy Ostara

Ostara, what a wonderful time of year that marks when light and dark become equal again. It can be celebrated anywhere between the 19th to the 22nd of March, but in 2017 the Spring Equinox falls on 20th March. I will be celebrating on the 21st as I have done during previous years. We now … Continue reading Happy Ostara

Squiffy stomach

Last week I was feeling slightly under the weather, my stomach decided it was unhappy and of course, this happened in the middle of the night. It is not a pleasant experience, it is both tiring on the body as well as painful and I am certain there are many of you out there who … Continue reading Squiffy stomach

Old Wives Tales

Old wives tales. Most people put these down to nonsense, however, I view them as an important part of our history and folklore. As the name suggests they must have come from wise ladies in the village or town. Most are a way of reading nature to predict the future, warding off negative energy or simply … Continue reading Old Wives Tales