Start to integrate all of the beautiful things you cultivated in spring and summer. Bring all of that expansive summer energy inside yourself. The energy is more focused on your home and your immediate family. Rather than reaching outward, autumn energy challenges you to incorporate all the lessons learned in summer and see how they work for you and your family.

This is the time to start slowing down and taking stock.

Autumn's energy is slowly becoming more internal + thoughtful

Autumn

2am – Why am I wide awake? Sound familiar? This used to happen to me A LOT (and occasionally still does). That’s back when I didn’t have much of an evening ritual. I would wake up in the middle of the night, after hours of surface-level sleep, with my mind racing. When that happens it’s […]

6 Tips to Create a Cozy Evening Ritual

I posted about the “Slow Living” Movement on a recent Instagram post and had so many great responses to it. I asked people to tell me everything they know about slow living and, it turns out, lots of folks wanted to know more…so here we are! Now, I don’t claim to have this whole slow […]

“Slow Living” – What You Need to Know

The first snowflakes of the season fell yesterday! Fall colors have peaked and now the scale is tipping towards winter, which means preparations must be made in order to survive the colder months. If you’ve been reading along since last winter, you already know I live in a primitive cabin in the remote wilderness of […]

Getting Prepared for Winter Off-Grid

What is it about fall that makes a person want to cozy up with a mug of hot apple cider and a juicy book? Can you relate? If you can, this list is for you! There’s something for everybody here – witchy fiction, suspenseful mystery, witty nonfiction, wilderness philosophy, self-help, and even a couple of […]

8 Books on My Fall Reading List

The other day, my partner asked if I was planning to keep a phenology journal this fall, which sent me looking for the one I kept last October. I found it tucked away at the back of my bookshelf collecting dust. As I flipped through the pages, I regretted ever stopping the seasonal journal because, […]

The Benefits of Keeping a Phenology Journal