Hey, everyone! It's been a while since I've posted, but DANG, things have been happening. This month's full moon on the 19th is called the Wind Moon. The new moon passed by on the 5th (I also missed Tessa's Birthday on the 6th—sorry, Tessa!). I am definitely feeling strong winds of change blowing this month. … Continue reading The Wind Moon has been Blowing
Happy First Day of Spring! 😀 Okay, so we're a bit away from being able to walk around outside barefoot or...without a coat, but it's closer! I can feel it 🙂 The days begin to grow longer than the nights, and there is so much awesome ahead of us. Today is even more special, because … Continue reading Joyful Spring Equinox!
Today's new moon brings us into the time of the waxing Storm Moon. We are two weeks away from Ostara, the Spring Equinox—the first day of Spring! That this day also falls on the Storm Moon when it's full only makes me more determined than ever to draw on this growing energy with my meditations. … Continue reading Storm Moon Meditation
The Quickening Moon lived up to its name this month! An opportunity arose that I wanted to be part of, and since my novella was done, I ended up doing a cover reveal, getting the pre-order ready, and making the print version in record time. I also moved up the release date to March 5! … Continue reading Quickening Moon Goals Progress
Happy New Moon day! At least, in my part of the world 🙂 February's full moon is called the Quickening Moon in some Celtic traditions, and it is one of my favorites. Things are happening. Energy is gathering. Momentum is building. Beneath the frozen earth, things are pushing, pushing, pushing toward the surface. We may … Continue reading Goals for the Quickening Moon
Looking back on my post for the new moon this month, I actually made a lot more progress than I realized! My planners for 2019 are set up (I actually have three of them), and though I haven't mapped out exactly when I'll be working on each writing project, I'm ready to roll with the … Continue reading Cold Moon Goals Progress