Celebrating Mabon

Hello everyone, I’m sorry I haven’t posted a lot this past week but I was really under the weather. Now I’m feeling better and excited about writing again. 

Most of you who’ve been reading my blog for awhile now, you’ve probably heard me talking about when of my good friends, Sarah Mushenheim whose site is lifewithlilred.com. I met her, pretty much the first moment I started my blog and we’ve done some fun collaborations and today is another example. Sarah asked me to be a guest blogger on her page again which I always love doing, and the topic is about Autumn since we are approaching it very soon. A lot of you may know this but autumn is my favorite time of the year. Besides Halloween, which is what I look forward to the most, everything about this time of the year I love. With that said, my first post I wrote for her is called, “Celebrating Mabon.” I really enjoyed writing this because I knew it would be a unique topic. Here’s my article from Sarah’s page. Please enjoy and make sure to check out Sarah’s site. Also stay tuned for more collaborations with her.

From Lifewithlilred.com:

Hello! Today, we are going to hear a little something from my darling friend, Carlie, over at Bombshell on Celebrating Mabon. As you will read in this post, Mabon is a Pagan nature holiday that gives thanks to all things fall and it’s something that Carlie enjoys participating in. Carlie will also be back later on this month with more fall and Halloween fun so definitely keep it posted, because she’s awesome! ❤

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   Autumn is my favorite time of year for many reasons. The weather starts to get cooler, I love seeing the leaves changing beautiful colors, Halloween aka Samhain, and celebrating “Mabon”.

   Like Samhain, Mabon is a Pagan nature based holiday that represents the beginning of the Autumnal Equinox. It also signifies the second harvest of the calendar and promotes equality and balance. It’s a very positive time of the year where a lot of people celebrate the changing of the seasons, create their own little traditions, and enjoy nature of course.

   I hope you all are looking forward to the beginning of Autumn/Mabon as much as I am. This year the Autumn Equinox begins Friday, September 21st. And, if you want to celebrate Mabon in any way, it goes from September 21st to Saturday, September 29th!

 

Thank you Sarah. I love you girl!

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