What to Cast Without Freezing Your Ass (Indoor Spells for Inclement Weather)

Spring may be just a few weeks off, but a quick look out the window is probably indicating otherwise.

Please hold all rotten tomato tossing until the end of the show. Thank you very much. 

While you may be ready to break out yellow rain boots and adorable umbrellas, you’re most likely reading this post from beneath a thick, cozy blanket with a steaming mug of tea.

Tea actually sounds like a good idea right now. Please stand by.

Just because a witch doesn’t want to crawl out from under her snuggly cocoon doesn’t mean the magick has to end! Here is a list of simple yet cozy spells (read: indoor) that you can cast while still donning your flannel pants and slippers.

It can be our little secret. I never witch and tell. ;)

Stay cozy, witches!

Do you tend to cast spells inside or outdoors? 

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  1. I wholeheartedly agree. One can magick anywhere. Your Tea/coffee Incantation and the Matchstick Spell are genius! In fact, they've become staples for everyday magick to me. A little does go a long way.
    Speaking of nonexistent spring, I'm righ . Is glancing at a pure white landscape. It snowed all day yesterday.

    1. That's very exciting to hear you use those spells regularly! That really puts a jump in my step! ♥

      We got a brief snow a few days ago, but the flakes were huge and collected quickly. I thought we were in for a blizzard! It ended up changing to rain and melting, but I honestly would have enjoyed the blizzard. Everyone's inside and stocked up anyway. Why not take our minds off things, you know?

      Hope you and the Mini are hanging in! ♥


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