Witching Hour: A Journal For Cultivating Positivity, Confidence, And Other Magic by Sarah BartlettWitching Hour: A Journal For Cultivating Positivity, Confidence, And Other Magic by Sarah Bartlett

Witching Hour: A Journal For Cultivating Positivity, Confidence, And Other Magic

bySarah BartlettIllustratorRachel Urquhart

Hardcover | February 5, 2019

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The modern witch is empowered and determined, and she defies expectations at every turn. But even the most all-powerful sorceress sometimes needs a quiet moment to reflect, recharge, and maybe cast an enchantment or two. This guided journal encourages you to set aside time for your own personal “witching hour.” Use the spells, charms, and incantations within its pages to conjure self-confidence, summon success, nourish friendships, banish negative thinking, and master the magic of self-love. It includes spells for productivity, career success, repairing relationships, attracting love, and tapping into your sense of purpose. Filled with mystical illustrations and plenty of witchy wisdom, this journal has everything you need to lead your best (and most magical) life.
Sarah Bartlett is the author of several spiritual and occult books and is an astrologer for many women’s magazines such as Cosmopolitan UK and the London Evening Standard. She lives in London and the south of France.  Rachel Urquhart (Pony Gold) is an illustrator and graphic designer whose clients include Volcom, Wild & Free Jewelry, S...
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Title:Witching Hour: A Journal For Cultivating Positivity, Confidence, And Other MagicFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:160 pages, 7 × 5.25 × 0.75 inShipping dimensions:7 × 5.25 × 0.75 inPublished:February 5, 2019Publisher:Abrams NoterieLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1419734717

ISBN - 13:9781419734717

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“Designed with structure and purpose . . . The format for the book is wonderful [and delightful], but you cannot review this book without gushing about the illustrations of Rachel Urquhart (aka, Pony Gold). Her artwork … takes Bartlett’s words to another level of magical.”