A podcast by and about your average witch, talking about witch life, witch stories, and sometimes a little witchcraft.
In this episode I talk to my dear and delightful friend Lera. If the sound of my laughter irritates you, probably skip this one, because when I am around Lera it's all lols all the time. Lera talked to me about growing up in another country, how mental health needs to become part of everyday conversation, and she surprises me with a micro-interview about Anahatas- complete with Louis Griffin impersonation.
This episode is going to be somewhat different- it was recorded live, in a variety of spaces, at Anahata's Purpose. So the sound quality isn't what I'd call exceptional. The content, however, is just as great as ever- a variety of people from all over the US (plus one friend of the maple persuasion in a later episode) answered the questions about choice, and told a story or two. These are just the snack-sized questions....
In this episode I talk to Tanya Brown, editor of Witch Way Magazine, host of The Witch Daily Show podcast, founder of Witch Way Publishing, and author of The Door to Witchcraft. Tanya tells us about how she created the magazine, her concern about how social media is driving information, and explains the true meaning behind the word "familiar."
In this episode we get bite-sized stories from author Byron Ballard, host of Daily Witch Show Tonya Brown, Kacie from Kacie's Corner, and many more!
Join us in this episode as we hear from witches who described their first spells, from one half of The Hearth and Hedge Podcast, and from Rachel, founder of the wonderful wellness retreat Anahata's Purpose.
In this episode we meet Maria. She's a photographer, a creator of social media videos, and the cohost of Coffee and Cauldrons. We talk about a life-changing birthday, how living in Germany affected her magic, and how she found ways to manage chronic illness and her practice.
Snack Size 3 is here! Once again I asked listeners to share the stories of their first spells.
I also asked "Is being a witch and practicing witchcraft a choice?"
Be sure you call in with questions, comments, or hot takes- you just might hear yourself on the next "snack sized" episode, between the full and new moons every month. You can also email me a recording of yourself answering the question. Please include 30...
In this episode we meet Pam, creator of the Tarot torial deck. Pam tells us why she created the deck, what it's like to grow up in a casually witchy family, and introduces us to my new favorite holiday, pie day.
In this second "snack sized" episode, I asked listeners to share the stories of their first spells.
I also asked "Is being a witch and practicing witchcraft a choice?"
The answers were interesting!
Be sure you call in with questions, comments, or hot takes- you just might hear yourself on the next "snack sized" episode, between the full and new moons every month. You can also email me a recording of yoursel...
In this episode I talk to Majorie, the Punk Priestess. Majorie tells us how astrology can help us understand the Depp vs Heard trial, how she uses social media in her practice , and how your environment can change your practice.
Before we get into it I want to remind you that I now have a voicemail! Call to leave a comment about a past guest, to suggest a question or a guest you’d like to hear from, or to ask me a question personall...
It's been a year. The giveaway winners are announced (at the end of ) this eposide! I also talk about how I feel about the past year, thank several people, and give you the number to my new voicemail.
Be sure you call in with questions, comments, or hot takes- you just might hear yourself on the next "snack sized" episode, between the full and new moons every month.
In this episode I talk to Margo, cohost of The Hearth and Hedge podcast. Margo talks about delving into the family practice, what advice she'd like to hear from Gandalf, and how maybe what we need sometimes is to be silent. As a reminder it's podbirth month! You can check out the giveaway over on instagram. I'm giving away three gift bags and one of my monthly Patreon spell boxes, which was offered froma previous guest-...
In this episode I talk to Robyn Valentine, author of Magickal Tarot, cohost of witchy podcast Coffee & Cauldrons, and yes, she really has done tarot readings for famous people. Robyn spins stories about her childhood, explains what it's like to be an Internet Personality, and tells a truly great story about cheese.
As a reminder, it's podbirth month! Your Average Witch turns a year old in June and I'll be giving som...
It's almost birthday month. Your Average Witch turns 1 year old and we're going to party all month long with a big collaborative giveaway! Celebrate with me on twitter, facebook and instagram as I give you sneak peeks of the surprises I'm going to give away in the first week of July.
My guest this week is Danielle, the Dancer Witch. Danielle is a dancer, choreographer, producer, and witch out of New York City.
In this episode we meet Ashley, the farm wife witch. Ashley talks about how social media aesthetics affect her practice, how she found community, and educated us on how goat shows work.
I also talk a little about sponsors Podca$h, Racket, and how you can get seed money for your own podcast! Learn more at podcash.com.
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Meet DaNae Sweet! We talk about how she started her podcast, what it was like growing up seeing spirits, and how she uses crystals to protect her home.
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It's been six months since I attended the life-changing event called Anahata's Purpose. Listen as 11 witches share their memories and learn how the experience continues to affect their lives.
Be sure to go buy your tickets to this year's event, happening in September 2022 near Philadelphia, PA. Receive a listener discount by using code AVGWITCH22 at checkout!
In this very special episode of Your Average Witch, I'm... not interviewing anyone! I get interviewed by season 1 guest Kim Stoll in this silly April Fool's episode.
Kim gets me to talk about how I started my business, my military service, and how living in the desert affects my practice.
If you hate listening to me laugh, probably skip this one.
Thanks again to Kim Stoll for being a good sport and playing along!
In this episode I talk to Rachel of Anahata's Purpose. Rachel tells us about growing up in a magical family, her interest in high magic, and how she built community by founding the life-changing retreat called Anahata's Purpose.
She also briefly touches on an all-inclusive mini-retreat happening at the end of April. Tickets are available on her website, anahataspurpose.com.
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If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
Bone Valley is a 9-episode true crime podcast. New episodes are available for free every Wednesday. In 1987, 18-year-old Michelle Schofield was found dead in a phosphate pit in Florida. Two years later, her husband Leo was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Fifteen years later, previously unidentified fingerprints matched Jeremy Scott--a violent teenager who lived nearby. Jeremy has since confessed to Michelle’s murder. Yet Leo Schofield remains behind bars. In this groundbreaking podcast, Bone Valley host Gilbert King uncovers startling new evidence that Jeremy is responsible for a string of murders. King is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Devil in the Grove, which led to the exonerations of four innocent men. Bone Valley is a production of Lava for Good Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1.
Anderson Cooper takes us on a deeply personal exploration of loss and grief. He starts recording while packing up the apartment of his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Going through her journals and keepsakes, as well as things left behind by his father and brother, Cooper begins a series of emotional and moving conversations about the people we lose, the things they leave behind, and how to live on - with loss, with laughter, and with love.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
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