On Monday I posted about my strange and surprising personal growth that has occurred over the last few months. I wasn’t expecting it, which is likely why it happened, but I am so going to roll with the punches. With my emerging evolution, I no longer find I fit into the niche I have built [...]
On Monday I posted about my strange and surprising personal growth that has occurred over the last few months. I wasn’t expecting it, which is likely why it happened, but I am so going to roll with the punches.
With my emerging evolution, I no longer find I fit into the niche I have built here at The Raven’s Spell. I already mentioned that the label of “divorced” seems useless and stated that I have no idea where my spirituality lies (more from a standpoint of how to explain it than any actual internal confusion).
Sadly, that is the very niche I have created at The Raven’s Spell.
In addition, Matthew will be reaching the double digits this month and I find it increasingly difficult to discuss him openly on the blog, as well as finding that with his new level of independence, I have a great deal more time to focus on myself and my interests.
So, it is with regret that I am here today to let you know that I will no longer be actively posting at The Raven’s Spell.
Yet, my blogging adventures are not complete. With my evolution, I have discovered that I am so much more than what I allowed here at this blog.
Therefore, I hope you will all take the time to visit me at my new home
Dare 2 Dream Dare 2 Do is all about becoming what you might have been, you know before kids, family, etc became the priority and fear jumped in the way. I will be discussing travel, my journey to physical/emotional/spiritual well-being, blogging and how we can be a force for change in the world.
I really do hope you take the time to stop on over and I hope you decide to follow.
I greatly appreciate absolutely each and every person who has ever visited The Raven’s Spell and I hope that our relationship continues.
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I have this thing called a thesis to write, something due in about 4 weeks, and I am avoiding it like the plague due to fear and just plain stress. I have found that when one wants to procrastinate, these 4 things work like a charm. 1. Pinterest. Not shocking to anyone 2. Google Reader. [...]Keep Reading →
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- My name is Jacki and I am a divorced, Pagan mom trying to raise a son in a blended interfaith family. At The Raven's Spell you will find musings on motherhood, spirituality, divorce, and the blending of families. If you enjoy what you read, please be sure to find a way to follow.