Starcat’s Favorites: Daily Spiritual Practice

The last couple of weeks have been like a rollercoaster. Lots of ups and downs – both personally and collectively. My astrologer friends tell me that, given what’s going on in the stars, it’s to be expected. This is a … Continue reading

Why I’m a Druid by D&D Rules

Do you play that imagination game where you figure out what you’d be in a certain scenario? For example, which Hogwarts House you’d be sorted into (Ravenclaw, of course), and that sort of thing? Or is that just me? I … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: Magickal Staycation

As much as I love to travel, I’m currently not minding having to take a “staycation” this week instead of a more traditional vacation (thanks, 2020). Why? Well, first of all, I love summer in Maine. I’m so blessed to … Continue reading

Goddesses of Writing & Creativity

I’ve written before about the Muses and how to craft a relationship with them that enhances your creative power. Now let’s look at some Goddesses (and a couple of Gods) who can also infuse your creative work with some extra … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: A New Book Baby

One of my favorite things to do in this world is to create books for my fellow bookworms to enjoy. So I’m super excited to announce that BlackLion and I have a new book coming out next month! Follow the … Continue reading

The Care & Feeding of A Thriving Artist

So you want to be a Thriving Artist. You decide to incorporate one (or more) of your creative passions into your everyday life. Go, you! But now what? How do you sustain yourself for the long haul? Especially when “everyone … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: You Know It’s Summer

At this time of year, when I think about my favorite things, it’s SUMMER that comes to mind. If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you’re familiar with how much I love the warm season. Here in … Continue reading

What’s Your Big Vision?

I talk a lot on this blog, over time, about vision boards. That’s because I love making them and find them a useful reminder of my aims. But let’s step back just a moment. In order to use a vision … Continue reading