|Originally a pagan holiday honoring Frigga, Norse goddess of the household, today was historically when women returned to the home following Yule visiting and celebrations. Though it was renamed St. Distaff's Day by the Christians, after a spinning tool used to make yarn, the original Pagan meaning was kept. Households require work - not just mundane cleaning, repairs, and maintenance but also the magical work of spiritual cleansing, protection, and blessing.
Today devote some time to mundane cleaning done with magical intent. Then bless your household, to create and maintain harmony within the house and among its inhabitants. Walk through each room, conjuring up feelings of joy and gratitude for all that your household means to you. Chant:
"Bless this happy, healthy home. Bless my people, wherever they roam. Keep us safe, protected, and whole, and give us harmony in our wondrous home."
Use this blessing whenever you clean house, in the mundane and magical spheres.