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Rule one: DON’T let the person you have a guide about watch in on said guide. You walked into that one Félix

Witchy Ways to Care for Yourself

Witchcraft does not, in any way, replace the medication, the therapy, or the doctors that you may need. Get proper care if you have any health problems!

Witchy things you can do to provide yourself with peace and spiritual care:

  • Cleanse and clean your space regularly.
  • Ground
  • Meditate
  • Sit down to reflect and think
  • Offer gratitude to any spirits, deities, elements, etc. that you work with.
  • Spend time in nature
  • Get some sleep to let yourself recharge and rest
  • Think positive thoughts as much as possible
  • Create a sigil that has a “healing”  “self care”  “positive thinking” meaning to scatter around you.
  • Create a positive chant to say to yourself when you need some positivity.
  • Create your own tea blend to calm and offer you comfort.
  • Get a plant that you connect with. Whenever you are feeling down care for it, whether you are watering it, fertilizing it, singing to it, or reciting poetry to it. Name it. Provide it with the happiness that you are lacking.  
  • Provide yourself with a playlist or soundtrack to play when you need to calm down and unwind.
  • Create your own daily rituals to help keep you grounded. 
  • Drink a cup of tea.
  • Send thanks and say good morning to the sun when you wake up and wish the moon goodnight before you fall asleep.  
  • Garden
  • Carry rose quartz, citrine, and tigers eye with you to boost your self esteem and self confidence. 
  • Take a moment to BREATH
  • Journal
  • Carry a crystal that you take favor to and feel familiar with.
  • Turn off all the electronics in your room. Lights, cellphone, laptop,ect. Light some candles and write in your grimoire or read a book.
  • Create a self care jar and add herbs and crystals with self-care type correspondences. Leave it somewhere that you can see it. Charge it with good intentions so whenever you look at it, it brings you a small bit of happiness. 
  • Look up at the stars.
  • Talk to the moon.
  • Take a long bath and add lavender to calm yourself. Maybe light some candles as well.
  • Connect and spend time with your tarot deck, familiar, magick tools, etc.
  • Make something magickal whether you cook or craft it. But let it come from the heart.
  • Do some yoga.
  • Exercise
  • Cloud watch

Do not forget to take your prescribed medication, it was prescribed to you for a reason.

May the moon light your path!

==Moonlight Academy==

Miles Upshur, On a case in a small town when he goes into a bar called Jim and Kim’s to get some leads until he meets a fellow conspiracy theorist and instantly bond with them over the cryptids they’ve seen.


“Don’t worry, I love you! I love both you and Knights more than anybody else in this universe~☆”

“O-once again, you’re evading everything with fuzzy words like “love”!”

Laptop choosing guide for students!

I know it can be overwhelming to try and pick one laptop from the sea of choices you have, so here’s a guide to make it a little easier!


This is the bare minimum you want to have in your laptop so it doesn’t die halfway through a semester:

Memory: 4GB 

Storage: 500GB HDD

Processor: Intel i3

Display: 1366x786

Screen size: 13.5″

Good for: Surfing, playing videos, typing, data storage. Just a decent consumer laptop will last a few years.

Price point: $250-$500

Examples: ASUS chromebook, Intel premium, HP 15


These are a good idea if you only plan to use your laptop for light notetaking, or if you need a backpack-friendly machine to supplement your bigger one at home. These usually tend to run smaller, and heat up more easily.

$375 Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga

  • Intel Core i5 processor, 4gb ram, 128gb SSD, HD 5000 graphics
  • 720p touchscreen display, 3.5 lbs, 11 hr battery life
  • Heats up easily, but good thinkpad build

$550 Asus Zenbook

  • Intel i3 processor, 8GB of ram, 256 GB SSD, HD 515 graphics
  • 1080p IPS touchscreen, 3.0 lbs, 12 hr battery life
  • Generally good laptop, value for money

$700 - Asus Zenbook UX330

  • Kaby lake i5 processor, 8GB of ram, 256GB SSD, HD 520 graphics
  • 1080p IPS display, 2.6lbs, 12 hour battery
  • Sleek, scratch resistant body

$1000 - Microsoft Surface Book

  • Skylake i5 processor, 8GB of ram, 128GB SSD, Intel HD 520 graphics
  • 4K IPS display, 3.5lbs, up to 16 hours battery life
  • Arguably one of the better 2-in-1s on the market, great build quality and battery life.

$1400 - 2017 Macbook Pro 13" - 13.3"

  • Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB ram, 256GB SSD, Intel Iris plus 640 graphics
  • 1440p IPS retina display, 3.0 lbs, 10 hr battery
  • Good build, trackpad, and battery life. I mean it’s a Macbook xD

$1700 - ASUS UX490 - 14”

  • Specs include Intel Kaby lake i7 processor, 16GB ram, 512GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics
  • 1080p IPS display, 2.4 lbs, 9 hour battery life
  • Comes with a finger print scanner, has a spill proof keyboard, and is virtually indestructible


$350 - Acer E15 - 15.6’’

  • Kaby Lake i3 processor, 4gb of ram, 1TB HDD, HD 620 graphics
  • 1080p display (TN), 5.3 lbs, 12 hr advertised battery
  • Works for light gaming, can handle DOTA/WoW, but the fan will go crazy

$710 - Dell Inspiron 7567 - 15.6’’

  • Core i5-6300HQ processor, 8GB of ram, 256gb SSD, GTX 960M
  • 1080p IPS display, 5.7 lbs, 10 hour battery life
  • Again, prone to overheating but has up gradable RAM to help with the speed

$870 - Asus FX502VM - 15.6’’

  • Quad core i5-6300HQ processor, 16gb of ram, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 dGPU
  • 1080p TN display, 4.9 lbs, 5 hr battery life
  • Bad TN display, but otherwise incredible at given price point. Upgradable to IPS

$1050 - Acer Predator Helios 300 - 15.6"

  • Kaby Lake i7-7700HQ processor, 16gb ram, 256gb SSD, GTX 1060 dGPU
  • 1080p IPS display, 5.6 lbs, 6 hr advertised battery life
  • Great value for money

$2500 - Alienware AW17Rr - 17.3’’

  • Kaby Lake i7-7820HK processor, 32gb ram, 256gb SSD + 1TB HDD, GTX 1080
  • 120Hz 1440p IPS display, 9.7 lbs, 3 hour battery life
  • Amazing display, great CPU/GPU build quality

$4000 - Razer Blade Pro - 17.3’’

  • Specs include Quad core i7-7820 HQ processor, 32gb ram, 1TB SSD, GTX 1080 dGPU
  • 4k IPS display, 7.7 lbs, 3 hr advertised battery life
  • Extremely well reviewed, extremely high end gaming laptop. Very sleek, very powerful

I hope this helped. If you’d like a more specific recommendation then fill out the following form, and I’ll try to help:

  1. Budget
  2. 2-in-1?
  3. Battery life?
  4. How important is portability/weight?
  5. Gaming? Video editing?
  6. Any other specs you’d be willing to pay extra for?