As I’m just starting out along this path, I thought I’d create a checklist of all the witch activities I plan to do over the next year. I hope this helps anyone currently starting out with the craft too <3
What better place to spend Ostara (Spring Equinox) than an ancient woodland? I thought it’d be good to arrange a trip to Puzzlewood to celebrate the occasion with some mindfulness, foraging, tarot reading and exploration!
This week I had the pleasure of going to see Cluedo on stage at the Belgrade Theatre. I never thought I’d be going to see a play based on a classic board game, but I’d be up for seeing more adaptations! But of course, what could be more iconic than the characters of Cluedo…
Disclaimer: This review is from a press night invitation
Who doesn’t love animals? I had a bit of holiday to use up and so Niall and I had a date for our anniversary at the West Midlands Safari Park. Such a perfect way to spend the day – and I got some amazing encounters with the animals too!
I am a witch – there I said it. ‘Coming out’ is always tough when you’re starting out in witchcraft. Witchy communities can often feel gatekeeper-y and non-witches can often not understand your practices… But there we are! Here’s to the start of my journey. *clink*
I am so happy that Spring is on the way! I really enjoyed my Saturday with my gal, Lizzie having a relaxed wander around one of my favourite English Heritage sites, Kirby Hall.
Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet recently and only seem to be posting reviews lately – my cat went missing for a few weeks and I have not altogether been feeling myself! I am hoping to take lots more pics, and visit lots more places as we move into Spring! For now, here’s my review of Davinci Code at the Belgrade Theatre this week!
After being invited to a press night for LGBTQ+ play, I Ain’t Dumb, I took a little while to formulate a constructive review. Of course, I wanted to be kind as I don’t want to discourage up and coming talent from pursuing their goals and dreams, but I always wanted to give my honest opinion on what promised to be an interesting play but ultimately left me confused and expecting more…
After two years of lockdown I can safely say I am feeling braver all the time. That’s why when I was invited to the Belgrade Theatre this week to a comedy adaptation of this Arthur Conan Doyle classic, I fully enjoyed every moment…
Disclaimer: Press night review
So this weekend, my pals Lauren and Lizzie, and I went to our local Korean Barbecue place for our annual Galentine’s trip (a little early as technically it’s not supposed to be ’til 13th Feb but we’re all such busy bees!)