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January 13 is Sticker Day, which celebrates stickers of all kinds— from utilitarian labels to the fun and colorful ones that brighten our books, laptops, and vehicles. The date was chosen because it’s the birthday of R. Stanton Avery, who is on record for creating the first commercially viable self-sticking peel-off labels. Besides helping us label things, mail packages, and decorate things, stickers can also be used for magical means. They can transform and beautify a surface, ...

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This day was dedicated to a Roman goddess (possibly named Larentia or Lara) who was said to be the guardian of ghosts—specifically the Lares, or good spirits. Offerings were made to her on this day for the departed spirits. These spirits were believed to be the protectors of homes and families. The offerings were typically left in chimney corners, where the Lares were said to dwell. On this day, leave your own offering for the protection of your home and family. Place the offering near a ...

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The root of health is sleep. The best healing happens at night. If you can’t sleep well, you probably don’t heal well either. So focus on ensuring a good night’s sleep to improve the rest of your health. You can make a dream pillow by sewing a pouch or by putting one drawstring bag inside another, with their cinched openings in opposite directions. Fill the pouch with herbs for healing and sleep. A good combination of seven magical herbs is hops, chamomile, catnip, lavender, ...

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They’re chartreuse-colored and spiky. They look like something from a children’s storybook. Folk magick manuals say they’re used in love and prosperity spells. Grown-ups have childhood memories of drilling holes in them and playing games with them, and squirrels devour and bury them with glee. At Yule and Christmastime, a favorite song about roasting them over an open fire plays over and over again. The mighty chestnut, how we adore thee! For this spell you will need three ...

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Today calls for a bath spell, as Pisces Moons are good times to increase relaxation and serenity by connecting to the water element. To prepare for such a bath, collect a half-ounce of lemon balm and...
       
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