The Wheel of the Year: Yule | Wayward Inspiration
Yule is an occasion of many celebrations and merrymaking, a time to put yourself in tune with the rebirth of light in the land.
Winter Wassail - Raising Generation Nourished
The Winter Solstice is next weekend, and I can hardly wait! The darkest day of the year?! Yep. I love it. For years this beach-bum dreaded the shortest day of the year…until I realized that really all it means is that it can’t get any darker! In other words…longer days, signs of spring, and warmer weather are on their way! We still have a good 3 months of snowy winter left where I live. But every fall when our huge magnolia tree in the front sheds its leaves everywhere, it leaves behind its…
Witch Jars for Yule Decoration
Make these Yule decorations with things you already have! I made these gorgeous witch jars with things I already had around my house. Find out how.
Winter Solstice 2020: The First Day of Winter
The first day of winter for 2020 is Monday, December 21. What happens at the winter solstice? Why is the solstice important? Here's why plus solstice facts and folklore!
Pagan winter solstice traditions and customs -#Yule #Wicca
Pagan Winter Solstice Traditions and Customs: Get involved in your community &give to charity. Yule is a season of magic so embrace it and empower your life
Winter Solstice Celebration Ideas: Fun Ways to Celebrate the Solstice
Learn when, how, and why winter solstice occurs, and, find winter solstice traditions, crafts, and other fun ideas to celebrate the begining of winter!
How to Celebrate Yule — Mabon House
Yule is the second pagan holiday in the Wheel of the Year. Closely associated with Christmas, Yule celebrates the winter solstice and the journey of the...
8 Winter Solstice Traditions To Start This Year | Growing Up Herbal
Today is the Winter Solstice, and I'm sharing some 8 winter solstice traditions you can do to celebrate this specific time of year if you're so inclined.
Simple and magical holiday rituals - Sage Goddess
Three simple and magical holiday rituals to honor the turning of the Wheel of the Year and the long nights that bring us indoors around the fire together.