Celebrate Mabon with Wee Witches and FREE Coloring Pages

About the Author As an illustrator, Ted Enik has worked for most of the better-known publishing houses in New York, as well as for the occasional advertising agency, greeting-card house, and pharmaceutical company. He was honored to be tapped to illustrate Eloise in Hollywood and for nearly a decade was an artist for the popular Fancy Nancy “I Can Read™” series. He recently switched hats and is now, happily, writing (and rhyming) up a storm.

Alive, AWAKE, Alert: Unlock Happiness with Evan Sutter

Author of Awake: a Journal, a Guide, a Retreat, a Friend The older I get and the more I reflect on my experiences in life – the good and bad – the more compassion and understanding I have for everyone and everything around me. Life is tough and, in many ways, life as a human being on Earth is absurd. News outlets paint the picture of great wins in economic growth, increases in house prices,…

What’s in your Spiritual Toolbox?

with Michelle Motuzas, creator of Shamanic Healing Oracle Cards, The Wild Elemental Oracle, The Empathic Oracle, and Intuitive Wisdom Let’s unpack your spiritual toolbox! Its Saturday morning and you look at your to-do list: Fix the hole in the bathroom wall Go grocery shopping Rake the yard Fixing the hole in the wall has been on your list for weeks now. You know you need to do it, you even want to do it (kind…

How to Manifest a Stress-Less Lifestyle in 5 Simple Steps

by Shannon Cox and Natalie O’Brien, creators of The Intuitive Adventure What do you need to make your life a little bit easier? Have you tried schedules, weekly menus, alarms on your phone — and my favourite — writing reminders on your hand?  Are you always running late, over-promising, and wanting to fit as much as possible into one day? The stress-less life may seem like the beach holiday that is too far away.  But what…

Healing Through Writing

by Donna DeNomme, author of the Nautilus, Benjamin Franklin, and COVR award-winning book As You Feel, So You Heal: A Write of Passage. “I can’t write,” Sheila said. “No worries,” I answered, “This isn’t about your writing skills. This program is about getting in touch with yourself. Some people don’t even write anything down. They just think about the stirring questions, contemplate the meditative practices, and let the inspirational information just sit with them.” Let…

Anyone Can Read Tarot

This week’s guest author is Juno Lucina, creator of The Healing Tarot: 78 Ways to Wellness with illustrator Monica Knighton, as well as The Kingdom Within Tarot deck and The Alchemy of Tarot: Practical Enlightenment through the Astrology, Qabalah, and Archetypes of Tarot with illustrator Shannon ThornFeather. I still remember the first time I held a Tarot deck in my hands. I was wandering the Winchester Mystery House gift shop in San Jose, California, both…

Shadows and Light

by Monica Bodirsky The first memory I have of seeing a shadow was an hour southeast of Detroit in Point Pelee National Park, Canada. I was two years old and my parents took our family camping to this beautiful space outside of the city during the hottest days of August. After unpacking after a long day we were exhausted and fell into our sleeping bags for the night in the refreshingly cool night air. We…

Using Tarot to Write Your Story

by Paula Chaffee Scardamalia I’m currently about a third of the way into my current work-in-progress, a contemporary fantasy romance inspired by figures from Greek mythology, particularly the Muses. As often happens with writing a novel, whether you are a beginner or are multi-published author, I was in a muddle about the middle. After more than 30,000 words, I’d lost sight of my direction through the story woods. So, of course, I turned to the…