Art

Art

Art can be a way to honor our gods, tell pagan stories, or simply make our home pretty. Original artwork is expensive for a reason. An amateur oil painter once told me $300 for a painting didn’t cover her materials.  Even a print mounted in a good quality frame...
Beyond Pagan Books

Beyond Pagan Books

Researching Paganism Without Breaking the Bank Practicing a neo-pagan religion often requires research, and the norm is for a pagan home to have bookcases. We are truly in a boom of pagan publishing, with plenty of books on niche topics beyond Wicca 101 that include...
Make it Yourself

Make it Yourself

When deciding whether or not to make something yourself or buy it, there is a calculus that needs to be made: is the investment required to learn how to make it yourself and do it well (or at least not sucky) greater than the cost of simply buying it? Depending on how...
Be a Smart Shopper

Be a Smart Shopper

Just because you are buying items for your religious practice, does not mean you have to take your consumer glasses off.  The same common sense and discernment used for making other shopping decisions will work for buying items for your pagan practice. Dollar Store,...
Repurpose What You Have

Repurpose What You Have

You don’t have to run to the nearest witch store to assemble an altar. When trying to be thrifty, think about what purpose an item fills and try to find another item that will do the same. Take a look at what you have and think about how you can give your stuff...

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