With the new year well upon us and all the stress that it can entail, this feels like a good time to give that same treatment to the mind!
Author Archives: Ru-Lee Story
Fundamentals: What Tools Do I Have?
One of my absolute favorite witchy movies (and actually, one of my absolute favorite movies of any category) is Practical Magic. If you haven’t seen it, highly recommend. Near the end of the movie (no major spoilers here, promise!) the main characters are trying to pull together a rag-tag coven of ordinary women. They’re askedContinue reading “Fundamentals: What Tools Do I Have?”
Imbolc for the Spoonie
I ended up having to take a few weeks’ break after the chaos of holiday travel and a visiting long-distance sweetheart, so my apologies for the radio silence! I’d like to dedicate the first post of the year to Imbolc, which will be upon us at the beginning of February. Imbolc marks the transition fromContinue reading “Imbolc for the Spoonie”
Book Review: Tarot in Love
The publisher of my upcoming book, Llewellyn, was kind enough to send me several tarot and witchy books to review here on the blog! I decided to start with Tarot in Love: Consulting the Cards in Matters of the Heart by Elliot Adam, which will hit shelves on January 8th. I don’t actually do love-focusedContinue reading “Book Review: Tarot in Love”
Holiday Health Tarot Spread
Even if you’re abled and neurotypical, the holidays can bring a lot of stress with them. Travel, shopping, family drama, etc. And if you’re disabled or neurodivergent (ND), all that stress can be exponentially more impactful. Travel is physically demanding and can be mentally overstimulating. Shopping means extra expenses, organizing, wrapping, and shipping. And familyContinue reading “Holiday Health Tarot Spread”
Yule for the Spoonie
Yule begins on December 21st, and of course it is side-by-side with several other winter holidays and festivities! No matter which holidays you celebrate at this time of year, no matter how or if you mark the occasion, this is a time of year that speaks to embracing and celebrating the light that our lovedContinue reading “Yule for the Spoonie”