-It’s okay to have other interests and hobbies that are completely unrelated to magic.
-You don’t have to cast a spell every day, or even do something witchy every day. You don’t even have to do something witchy every week if you don’t want to.
-Witchcraft is allowed to just be a good hobby.
-Your skill or validity is in no way measured by how often you cast spells.
-It’s also not measured by how cluttered with stuff your room is.
-It’s okay to only cast spells every now and then out of need.
-It’s okay to not love DIYs and prefer purchasing/trading for things.
-It’s okay to make a sigil or spell and decide it is good without getting it “approved” by a more experienced witch.
-It’s okay to respectfully disagree with a more experienced witch. Everybody’s paths and beliefs are still very different.
-It’s okay to do magic that lines up with your personal ethics, but not someone else’s. It’s your spell, not theirs. You don’t have to feel bad.
-It’s a lot easier to keep yourself cleansed if you hydrate properly.
-Also if you take your meds.
-It’s okay to take something and adapt it to be less problematic, more accessible, etc. Progress is good.
-It’s okay to change your mind about things or admit you were wrong. It means that you have grown.
-It’s okay if you’ve never had a profound spiritual experience. Most of us haven’t.
-None of us have it all put together like social media would have it look. We’re all just figuring it out as we go!
I’ve been posting spells, but I was wondering, do you want some help learning how to write your own spells? I always write my own and if I use someome elses, it is always tweaked. I could write a series of posts on how to write and implement different kinds of spells. It would be a lot of work, so I am only going to do it if people are interested. Let me know if that sounds helpful and I will get write on it!
So I’m not trying to be rude, I just want to know…As someone who is a stickler for proper spelling (most of the time), I am genuinely confused and frustrated by all of the posts that spell “sweetie” as “sweaty.” Sweaty means to be covered in sweat, and is most certainly not a term of endearment.
Is this a colloquial thing or some internet thing that I’m missing out on? Or is this done on purpose because they are satirical posts? Or do people just not know how to spell? Someone please enlighten me, because it bugs me every time I see a post like that.
**I am sooooo sorry this took so long for me to write. Like
I stated before, I wrote several drafts, all of which I didn’t like. So, here’s
Cas rolled his eyes as he leaned back in his chair. He had
listened to the Winchester brothers bicker for over an hour and had nothing
useful to show for it. Sam had researched for hours, trying to figure out how
to find Crowley, but he found no leads. Dean, well, he had nothing to offer
either, but he insisted a spell
“We already tried a spell, Sammy. Look at how that worked
out!” Dean shouted at his brother in an abnormally gruff voice. “She has no
Chamoy refers to a variety of savory sauces and condiments in Mexican cuisine made from pickled fruit. Chamoy may range from a liquid to a paste consistency, and typically its flavor is salty, sweet, sour, and spiced with chiles. (And why are u triggered?)
I know what it is I just forgot how to spell it XD
I live in a Mexican like community with Mexican parents pff
And cus I had to play tambourine for a Christmas song and struggled qwq