Ghastly Girl


It’s so awesome that you’re here! Thanks so much for stopping by my little corner of the web.

So, I bet you’re wondering what you’ll find here. If you’re already a reader then you might have noticed that things have changed a bit. On the other hand, if you’re new here you may be asking yourself “well, how did I get here?”

Oh no, wait, that’s a song. Anyway. I’m so happy you’re here so let me give you the lowdown on just what you’ve found!

tarot cards, candle, pendulum, and a ring on a grey background

I suppose you could call this site a “learning diary” of sorts. This is where I share things I’ve learned throughout my life as a witch, a paranormal researcher, and a mom. I know…wait, mom? That doesn’t fit….but to me it does. Being a parent is such an integral part of my life that it has impacted everything I do, including witchcraft and my paranormal studies.

For me, this also includes living with both physical and mental disabilities. I would not be the person I am today without these disorders. Nor would I be the person I am today if I hadn’t spent much of my life figuring out what best managing them looks like for me. To that end, I feel that sharing my ways of dealing with things like ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Fibromyalgia are also an integral part of what makes this eclectic stew of a human I present as “me”.

I also feel, however, that all of these things are connected. We can’t be our most powerful as a witch if we are constantly battling mental demons. We can’t truly connect with the energy of a paranormal location if we are distracted by anxiety, fatigue, or pain. Working through my own issues has only been a benefit for all of my other endeavors, and I believe that I’ve learned a thing or two that can help you grow too!

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I have removed the recipes and crafts from this blog to help streamline the information available here. However, if you are looking for those posts not all is lost!

The recipes are now available at The Country Witch’s Kitchen

and the crafts & homeschool resources are at The Odd Mom





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