Book Review No. 49 - A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft by Deborah Blake
Welcome to the post Halloween world! I live in a perpetual world of Halloween, but I do miss the actually night of the holiday and Samhain when it passes.
To kick-start your witchy studies, I want to recommend "A Yeah and A Dar of Everyday Witchcraft" by Deborah Blake. This is a fantastic yearly study filled with all sorts of witchy goodness. Each day has some insightful bit of information, small spell, or tip on how to get deeper into your practice.
What is also great, you can start this on any day. You don't have to wait for the beginning the year, just pick the book up on the day you get it and start from there. If you've read any of Blake's books, you know she is very insightful and lays things out in a relaxed, comfortable way where you don't feel pressured to get things exactly perfect.Each day has a bit of history on a subject, for example, like eggs. And how they are used in magick or superstitions about them. Then there is a tip on how to add that into your practice.
This is a nice little book to incorporate some magick into everyday. Nothing too elaborate, but a way to reconnect if you are feeling a little pulled away from your studies. I highly recommend, this is a great read with lots of good stuff.