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Gemini Season

Gemini Season by Crystal Kearns Say hello to Gemini season as we welcome the first air sign of the zodiac calendar! After Taurus’ season of familiarity and ease, it’s time to shake it up with a little fun. From May 21st to June 20th, life starts to pick up its pace after a few weeks of comfort and content. This means something different for each sign— for an air sign (Gemini, Libra, Aquarius), you’re ready to take on what needs taking on. The rest of the signs, however, may be taking on what they need to with a little less fervor as they try and keep up. Don’t let this scare you, though. Mercury rules Gemini and is on our...

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Taurus Season

By, Jacqueline Dobrei & Crystal Kearns Spring has finally sprung, and we are basking in its warm glow as we head towards the summer months.  From April 19th through May 20th, the energies of Taurus season are the ones calling the shots. What this may mean is that you find yourself settled into your routines. Generally, Tauruses dislike change. A single word to describe them would be “content”. They feel comfortable in the way that they live their life and feel the most in control when everything goes according to schedule.  During this Taurus season, allow yourself to find comfort in your routines. There does not always have to be something new and spontaneous appearing in your life in order...

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Aries Season

By, Jacqueline Dobrei & Crystal Kearns   The season of the ram emerges, bringing revitalization and competence with it.  For all the emotions and deep feelings that Pisces season may have extracted, Aries season is here to help you take them back. The time to study and revel in what you are feeling has passed, and now it is time to energize and use the information you gained to turn your thoughts into actions.  Aries season begins on March 20th and lasts until April 19th, marking the beginning of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and the beginning of Fall in the Southern Hemisphere. This time of year tends to be fast paced and turbulent, everyone trying to finish projects and...

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Save the Bees

Save the Bees | Lit Rituals By Jax Dobrei and Crystal Kearns Bees are some of nature's most unsuspecting heroes. Where other insects may make their own contributions, few are as crucial to life on Earth as bees, who are often overlooked despite the fact that they play an essential role in food production. The work that they do pollinating crops and flowers is what allows those plants to thrive. Without bees buzzing around and moving the pollen from one part of the plant to another, plants would not be able to produce seeds or fruit.  Pretty much any fruit-bearing plant needs to be pollinated, whether it be by bees or by another pollinator (such as birds, bats, or butterflies)....

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Make Your Tea Worth Sippin'

DO NOT boil the water: Oxygen is a critical part of making water taste good and well, most of your tea is made of water! Start with the highest quality water you can find. Modest is hottest: keep your tea covered while steeping. You will lose the bulk of the nutrients, especially with fresh ingredients, if left uncovered DO NOT steep longer than necessary: Miley may be right that it’s about the climb but over steeping will make for a bitter cup of tea! Follow the guidelines below based on what you’re brewing.

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