Got Plans for Next Year’s Sabbats?
It’s so easy to say, “next year I’m going to be ready.”
And then the next Sabbat rolls around, and you aren’t ready for that one either.
Or the next.
Or the one after that.
And the whole year goes by, and you’re back where you started.
I know – I’ve done it. Multiple times over the years. When you haven’t built the habit of how to celebrate a holiday, you’re starting from scratch every year, coming up with a plan all on your own, and when a tough year comes up, you don’t have that habit to fall back on and you don’t have the energy or time to create a plan.
One year, I finally said, “nope, this isn’t working.”
So, I got busy, and I made a plan. I made a family book of traditions, and I started building plans for the holidays that are written down so I can just go back to them and follow my own directions from past years. And now I’m sharing that with you, to help you build that first year of traditions
Each Sabbat, I’ll give you stories to read, history to note, crafts to make, foods to prepare, and more. Plus a structure for documenting what you did, how it went, and what you’d like to change next year…so that when next year rolls around, you’ve got a plan, even if you haven’t had time to search out new ideas. I’ll also suggest books and websites that are super helpful for Sabbat planning if you need more ideas.
You’ll not only get all the planner pages for the Sabbats, you’ll get blank pages for other holidays, a facebook group for discussion, extra worksheets and suggestions for organizing, bonus recipes and crafts, my personal list of reference books every Pagan family should have, and a fellowship of other parents doing the same work.
One year in this group is $159.