☃️Ways to Celebrate Yule❄️

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Yule is celebrated on the Winter Solstice and celebrates the return of the sun!

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☃️ Bake and cook for friends and family! Bless (with consent) the baked goods with the intent of prosperity and happiness and give your loved ones a delicious treat! You can try out wassail or mini Yule log cakes if you really want to get festive.

☃️ Decorate the home or an altar with mistletoe, holly, fairy lights, a Yule log, and a lovely homemade wreath! It will give your home or altar a touch of festivity.

☃️ Make some crafts with your friends and loved ones! You can try out these beautiful ice candle holders, make your own magical ornaments, and some candied oranges!

☃️ Divine your future to see what the next year holds for you! Gather some advice from your tarot cards, stones, bones, ravioli, and whatnot to see how bright the next year can be for you!

☃️ Take some time to do spells of peace, introspection, wishing, and new beginnings. If you know other witches, you can all try to do a spell together!

☃️ Write in your grimoire or book and reflect on the past year and its magical happenings. Write down goals that you want to achieve by the end of the year and for the upcoming year. Bless the page with motivation and love!

☃️ Volunteer and give back! If you have the time and energy, give back to your community. You can volunteer at a soup kitchen and bless food, donate old and unnecessary items and bless them, and so much more!

☃️ Create a Yule log and burn it in honor of the sun! Keep it around as a decoration for a while though since Yule logs are really pretty. You can keep it on an altar or dining room table!

☃️ Give gifts to your loved ones! Gifts don’t have to be extravagant. They can be as simple as blessed cookies, a spell bottle, or even a sigil. Of course, if you want to give someone a TV, then go ahead!

☃️ Build a fire with your loved ones and do some storytelling! This is especially great with kids. You can roast marshmallows over the fire and share stories, fiction or not, with your friends and family!

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