New blog up at PaganBloggers

I haven’t actually mentioned it here, apparently, but I’m blogging about monthly over at Pagan Bloggers, on a blog called Knowledge and Wisdom, and focus on the intersection of research, learning, and Paganism.

I have my second entry up now, Learning and Teaching. It’s about two recent experiences as a student I had, and how that’s affecting my thinking about planning for my June 2nd workshop.

(Next month’s blog will be what I actually did about that.)

I’ll be doing my best to do a quick link here when I post there, so you can follow it in one place.

Upcoming workshop: June 4, 2017 in Cambridge Massachusetts

I’m delighted to announce I’m going to be doing a workshop called “Knowledge and Wisdom: Research Tips for Pagans”.

It’s being provided in collaboration with the Cornucopia Collective, a public ritual and Pagan education group. They’ve posted an event announcement on their website (scroll down to the date), Facebook, and MeetUp.com pages. (I am not at all their events, but currently aiming at being at the full moons regularly.)

When: June 4, 2017 from 3-6pm. (Don’t worry, we’ll have several short breaks. Feel free to bring snacks.)

Where: The Democracy Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which is a few blocks outside of Harvard Square.

Please note that the space is step-free once you are inside, but there are about 5-6 steps to get in, with a railing. There’s also no air conditioning, which may be relevant by June. The bathrooms are on the same floor, but not wheelchair accessible. (The Democracy … Continue reading

Organisation and a new year

It’s January, which is a time when a lot of people are poking at their methods of organisation and getting things done, and that makes me want to talk about what I’m currently doing and how it’s working.

Why on a Pagan blog? Well, first, I don’t stop wanting to get things done just because I’m Pagan. But also because a couple of the things I’ve started doing are related to long-term divination and lunar / astrological awareness. My current organisation of my tasks is also (lightly) astrology centered, using a method I’m finding very helpful for getting an idea of balance between different parts of my life.

Taking steps

This week has so many people I know so worried about what the future holds (me included.) I wrote up a long essay, over on the Seeking site, on Wednesday, about self-care in difficult times, but I also wanted to write here about what I’m doing in specific, about the results of the 2016 election, and moving forward.

So here’s what I’m doing: Pausing. Getting my house in order. Volunteering. Donating. Collecting and sharing information.