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Color of the Day
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Financial stability is largely the result of a combination of good habits, discipline, and know-how, but sometimes we just need a helping hand or a bit of luck. That luck often comes from unexpected places, like when we find a dropped coin on the sidewalk or a dollar bill pressed into the pages of a used book. To draw money into your household, begin collecting the lucky pennies (and other coins) you find during your day-to-day life and keep them at the threshold of your home. You might line ...

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This time of year is wonderful for divining the future! Try this variation on an American colonial classic, derived from Dutch folklore. In colonial New England, young girls would peel an apple in one continuous strand, then throw the peel over their shoulder to reveal the initial of their future husband. If you happen to be in the market for a husband, then by all means give it a try! But this technique can be used to divine other information as well: to reveal other names, significant ...

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Now that we’re past the autumn equinox, the shortening of the days is palpable. Even if your region doesn’t see snow, the weather is likely cooler and rainier, and you may be noticing that the sun sets earlier, bringing lengthening periods of darkness. In many Western magical traditions, the autumn corresponds to the element of water, which is associated with mystery, depth, intuition, and feeling. To make the most of the deepening, contemplative season, attune to the element of ...

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Here, we’ll combine a classic fall craft with a little abundance magic. You’ll need string, some pine cones, peanut butter, a spreading utensil of some kind, birdseed, and a plate. Begin by tying a loop of string to the end of a pine cone—make it as long as you need to in order to hang your finished treat from an outdoor tree or plant hook! Next, use a butter knife or spoon to spread peanut butter generously on the pine cone. Be sure to get it into the crevices! Pour birdseed ...

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The original Earth Day was celebrated on the Vernal Equinox in 1969. Now April 22 is celebrated as Earth Day by various groups and communities around the world. Begin the day with this ritual, and...
       
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