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Exhausted? Angry? Broke? The Goddesses are here to help!

Goddess magic is powerful magic: with the help of the right goddess, simple spells can yield amazing results. In Goddess Spells for Busy Girls, Jen McConnel offers 80 spells imbued with the vibrant force of 25 Goddesses from around the globe.

McConnel provides an introduction to 25 celestial ladies, to make sure you ar
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2014 by Weiser Books
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*Thank you Weiser Books for sending me a copy for review*

Goddess Spells for Busy Girls, is just that!

Have a broken heart? Not enough money? Sick or stressed? Or just need a boost? Goddess Spells and at least of one of the twenty five goddesses featured in this book will have something for you.

Each spell is short quick and easy to do! Each is laid out just like a recipe, only requiring a few things that you're likely to already have at home, along side a small set of instructions.

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I saw this title on Goodreads and got interested, wondering what it was all about. I was pleasantly surprised! Many of these "spells" are more like guided exercises that include journaling, remembering to slow down and be thankful, and different ways to relax and destress from our crazy lives, etc. I came away with some techniques I can use in my everyday life to manage stress, etc.
When I first picked up this book, I wasn't sure what to expect and if I would enjoy reading it or not. I have to say I enjoyed reading it & would recommend it to others.

The book was an easy read & there were a lot of great tips on living life to your fullest. Different from the typical self help book and I figure no harm no fowl. Worth giving the spells a try, if you believe they will work for you, then they will :o)
I found to be a plethora of information, I liked the background on all the different Goddesses. Some I was familiar with some I wasn't. There were the major Goddesses but also less known ones, that are powerful but tend to get less attention today. I liked the variety of spells and the ease at which most were accomplish. The majority using everyday household items. Many of the spells were self- interest spells, such as finding confidence, creativity, or just giving yourself a magic boast to deal ...more
I received this book for free from the publishing company, so thank you very much!

I don't usually read books like this, but hey, it was free, so why not? I love herbal medicine, so I liked the use of herbs in the spells. I also love ancient mythology so it was interesting to learn which gods and goddesses were tied with which powers. I haven't tried any of the spells because I don't think they'll work, but since my love life is non-existent and I'm working three jobs to pay off my student loans,
As a fellow Busy Girl, I was charmed (tee hee) with many of these spells and rituals. Many of the spells actually are a lot like self-help or self-reflection exercises with lots of journaling and plenty of soul-searching. As a therapist, I’d actually love to be able to use some of these spells as exercises for my witchy-friendly long-term clients (right now I only do crisis services, so this idea will have to wait.) I have my favorites marked and annotated. Most of all, I can’t wait to try some ...more
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Jen McConnel first began writing poetry as a child. Since then, her words have appeared in a variety of magazines and journals, including Sagewoman, PanGaia, and The Storyteller (where she won the people’s choice 3rd place award for her poem, “Luna”).

She is also a former reviewer for Voices of Youth Advocates (VOYA), and a proud member of SCBWI, NCWN, and SCWW.

A Michigander by birth, she now lives
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