Daylight Savings of Your Soul

Daylight savings brings dread for some:  the world outside grows darker more quickly and after the typical American workday, there’s barely any semblance of sun once leaving the office. Even with the pandemic seeing more change to work-from-homers, the chances to stretch one’s legs and take small breaks will be met with frigid or rainyContinue reading “Daylight Savings of Your Soul”

Samhain’s Solemn Spirit

As October comes to a close, it is natural to think of Death. Halloween, Samhain and the Mexican Day of the Dead all sit at the end of the calendar month, the latter spilling over into November. Placed between the Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice, these observations not only mark the end of the Harvest,Continue reading “Samhain’s Solemn Spirit”