Stop apologizing. You don’t have to say sorry for how you laugh, how you dress, how you make your hair, how you do your makeup, how you speak. You don’t have to be sorry for being yourself. Do it fearlessly. It’s time to accept: this is you, and you gotta spend the rest of your life with you. So start loving your sarcasm, your awkwardness, your weirdness, your peculiar habits, your unique sense of humor, your voice, your talents, your everything. It will make your life so much easier to simply be yourself.

A Witch looks like...
  • A middle aged woman brandishing a wooden spoon wand in her slippers
  • A young hispanic boy learning the Craft from his grandparents
  • A couple leaving offerings for the spirits (and the birds)
  • A figure clutching their pentacle as they walk out of prison
  • A person deciding they need to lose 15kg
  • A person deciding they need to gain 15kg
  • An agender person slipping their tarot deck out on a long plane trip
  • A trans woman brewing potions with her morning coffee
  • An actuary carving runes into her desk at work
  • A scrap of ribbon covered with magick symbols plaited around a passerby’s wrist
  • A Tumblr dash full of tips for spotting Fae Folk
  • A Tumblr dash full of Steven Universe references
  • A high schooler wearing black gloves and velvet skirts in summer
  • A high schooler wearing shorts and a scrappy Twenty One Pilots t-shirt
  • An avid hiker carving sigils onto his boots to help him find rare herbs
  • A wheelchair-bound trans man asking his husband to get the mandrake he got online down from the shelf
  • A health-conscious vegetarian Wiccan who works out three times a week
  • A bored secular student who eats microwaved ramen for every meal 
  • An openly practicing, confident person who’s always wearing charms
  • A secretly practicing person hiding their supplies under the floorboards

Every Witch looks like a Witch, no matter how they appear.

Every Witch acts like a Witch, no matter what they do. 

A Witch is a person who practices Witchcraft, not a set of stereotypes. There is no “right”way to “look witchy” - if you’re a Witch, you look witchy!