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January 13 is Sticker Day, which celebrates stickers of all kinds— from utilitarian labels to the fun and colorful ones that brighten our books, laptops, and vehicles. The date was chosen because it’s the birthday of R. Stanton Avery, who is on record for creating the first commercially viable self-sticking peel-off labels. Besides helping us label things, mail packages, and decorate things, stickers can also be used for magical means. They can transform and beautify a surface, ...

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The second week of January is Letter Writing Week. We hardly write letters anymore, but it’s time for a Hand-Written Love Letter Spell. In touch with the paper and pen, handwriting is personal and, like your fingerprints, distinctive. Gather paper, a pen, an envelope, a glue stick, and decorative items such as stickers, cut-out pictures, ribbons, or dried flowers. Start with “Dear _____,” and tell them what makes them so dear to you. It doesn’t have to be written to a ...

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Brigid is the goddess of many dominions, including fertility and childbirth, which is the focus of today, as it’s Midwives Day in Bulgaria. We will focus on Brigid as maker and one of her animals, the pure white bull. Our work honors Brigid for looking after babies, and those either wanting to have a child or who are pregnant and ready to soon give birth. This is an offering from your heart to her spirit and familiars. If this is not right for you at the moment, gift it to a family ...

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This day was dedicated to a Roman goddess (possibly named Larentia or Lara) who was said to be the guardian of ghosts—specifically the Lares, or good spirits. Offerings were made to her on this day for the departed spirits. These spirits were believed to be the protectors of homes and families. The offerings were typically left in chimney corners, where the Lares were said to dwell. On this day, leave your own offering for the protection of your home and family. Place the offering near a ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Lily Mercury goes retrograde today and will be retrograde for about three weeks, until September 29. This means that Mercury appears to be moving...
       
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