A practical and enchanting handbook for creating personal magic and wellness, filled with healing spells, intentions, rituals and recipes - the essentials of witchy self-care and wisdom. Nowadays, it is all too easy to feel overwhelmed, uneasy and often in need of essential self-care and enchantment. The Book of Witchy Wellbeing is a book for these times, offering tried and true spells, rituals, recipes and meditations to help get your life to the next level of wellness.
Cerridwen Greenleaf shares easy-to-do practices informed by her decades of implementing the power of intention-setting in her life, from setting up your wellness altar to healing movements, affirmations and crystals, as well as healthy and nurturing recipes for magical teas and tinctures. We hear so much about self-care now, but soul-care is of equal importance. The Book of Witchy Wellbeing is replete with approaches to deepen your connection to spirituality that is essential to real happiness, a wisdom-filled life and total wellness.
Because sheds aren't just for men - this selection of sheds from the UK, North America and Europe shows how women everywhere can claim and use their own personal space. Every woman deserves a shed of her own, somewhere to retreat to for some quiet time, to create or grow, to write or paint, or just to contemplate the view. Gill Heriz has interviewed over 80 different women, and Nicolette Hallett has photographed their sheds inside and out, to collect together this unique insight into why women have sheds, and what they do in them.
There are sheds for puppet-makers, sculptors, and writers, as well as farmers, furniture-makers and woodcutters. There are sheds that can be lived in, sheds that are full to the rafters and sheds that are simply sheds, with the usual collection of gardening tools, lawnmowers and seed packets. Virginia Woolf once argued that, for women, writing fiction required "a room of one's own." These women have taken that premise a step further - to the end of the garden - to find their own very personal space.