I’ve heard the call to begin blogging again (I know, I know, I’ve said that before).

I had mostly given up with blogging and writing and speaking. I’ve been in a strange place for many months where I wanted to hibernate, feeling as if I have nothing to offer anyone.  And when you get to feeling what way, why clutter the already cluttered internet with more unimportant stuff?

But for the past couple of weeks, my keyboard has been calling me and perhaps, I might just like to blog again.  Not for anyone else, maybe just for my own sanity.  It used to be cathartic, a ritual for me to turn off the outside world and to express what was on my mind.  I’d like it to be that again.

So here I am at the beginning of May with an intention to find a little time each day to blog.  If I can just find my groove then the joy will come back, or at least that’s what I’m hoping.

With it being Beltane, it seems quite fitting to find that balance again and to not hide away from the world.  Although, in fairness, I haven’t complete hibernated as I’ve been doing things in that strange place away from the internet called real life.

Things like working with clients on Biz-Witchery, which I’m enjoying immensely but have been so busy working on other people’s websites that I haven’t had time to work on my own (a happy problem to have though).

I’ve also become part of a local pagan group that’s heading towards becoming its own little coven.  This is interesting in its own right (and deserving of its own blog post) because it feels as if I am starting my spiritual path from the very beginning again.

I’m sure there are other things that have been happening IRL while I’ve been cutting back on social media and suchlike.  But those stories will have to wait for another day because I have a tarot class to co-teach this evening.

Until next time, friends.

Lyn

I'm the author of The Inner Goddess Revolution and Goddess Rising, and the creator of the Sea Whispers oracle. And I help breath magic into business through Biz-Witchery. I live near the sea on the south coast of England in a house heaving with books and a ridiculous amount of tarot decks.

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