6 Simple, Subtle Ways to Celebrate Mabon

Fall has finally decided to soon grace us with its presence and many of us enjoy marking the occasion, whether it be because the season is a favorite of the year, because Mabon is a holiday increasingly recognized in modern times, or because of your own personal autumnal traditions.

Whatever the reason may be for our collective love of this special time of change, coming up with things to do is a task sometimes filled with too much pressure and not enough inspiration. Not only that but life is inevitably still going on all around us and few have the luxury of plentiful time amidst mundane responsibilities, especially for a holiday not marked by the general public.

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7 Affordable Online Shops for Crystals In All Shapes and Colors

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The holiday season will soon be at our doorstep and crystals have already begun to appear on online shops in the shape of carved pumpkins and pointed-witches hats. But anyone who loves crystals also knows they can come with some hefty price-tags, and, though we may all want good quality, what’s even more important these days is practical affordability.

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The True Black Tarot Deck Review

Tarot and the color black are two of my favorite things so when I discovered a deck that was designed to be a perfect fusion of the two I pre-ordered it as soon as I had the chance. It is dark, mysterious, cosmic, and poetic from it’s self-described timeless art style to the delicately chosen symbolism found both on the cards and within the accompanying guidebook.

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How To Break Away From Diet Culture and Eat Without Guilt

Trigger warning: I discuss restrictive eating habits, body image, weight gain/loss, and similar topics in this article. Always consult a medical professional before making drastic changes to your diet and other health practices.

After recently getting blood work done that came back with some of the healthiest results of my life, I got to thinking on my history of restrictive eating, high cholesterol and triglycerides, vegan explorations, weight gain, horrendous food poisoning, college malnutrition, weight loss, and finally learning to eat intuitively and listen to my body.

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