In a recent episode of the podcast, North American folk magic expert Cory Thomas Hutcheson helped me peel back a new layer in a local mystery that's been on my mind for a couple of years now. In 2019 a friend of mine was working with the local library cataloguing and translating old French-Canadian news... Continue Reading →
I recently had the extreme pleasure of being a guest on The Cannabis Act Podcast, which broadcasts out of an actual studio here in Windsor. Jon and Nic were so great and so much fun to chat with! We talked cannabis, podcasting, and making a go at creative self-employment in this dumpster fire of an... Continue Reading →
I know, I know, you've been dreaming about having your own witchy shop your whole life. You have it all planned out! You know the colour of the walls, the titles of the books, the window display, and the herbal tea bar you'll be setting up. If you're super lucky, you live in an area... Continue Reading →
You might have noticed that this entry is a little bit late. The day I had planned to be my very tactile day ended up... well not. I kept seeing things I'd normally like to touch but just felt stressed and cranky. I ended up keeping my hands to myself almost all day. At night... Continue Reading →
As those of you who follow me on social media know I spent the last weekend at #ConVocation2016 and y'all are going to get to hear me geek over all of the stuff I learned and all of the books I got autographed in a big long podcast episode this week, but for now I'm going to share a few of my favourite things (yes I just sang that) from this, my very first pagan convention.
After the very long and well researched previous episode of the podcast, I decided to take it a little easy and talk about some current events here in Windsor. First I review a new book - Legacy of Magick by Ellen Dugan. Ms. Dugan is an incredibly popular pagan non-fiction author and it shines... Continue Reading →
Past generations have fought against alcohol prohibition, have fought for women's rights to vote and receive safe abortions, they fought to bestow well deserved basic rights on people of colour, and to allow LGBT people to marry (in Canada is happened quite some time ago) - and my generations big shift seems to be the... Continue Reading →
I don't live in a place where it's unusual to be fat. I've grown up seeing fat women everywhere, having fat friends and despite a serious lack of shopping options, always feeling like I was fashionable. In recent years, I've noticed a shift here in Windsor. I see fewer and fewer fashionable fat ladies on... Continue Reading →