There are many of you who are used to celebrating in groups and are at a loss for what to do while using social distancing tactics or even while being in isolation if you believe yourself to be sick. Just because there's a viral outbreak out there and we're all supposed to stay home as much as possible doesn't mean the holiday is cancelled. Here are some of the practices already used by solitary witches...
So yesterday, I started on a cool upcycling project because my aux cord died. I snipped off the ends of the cord and tied it in a coil. This coil will eventually be part of a basket once more dead cords are added. Because cords die in abundance in this house. I've always thrown them … Continue reading Solarpunk Action Week, Day 4
Results of Day 1 So I wasn't able to do much because we had to get a bunch of other errands done, but at one point, while waiting in the car for my wife while she deals with her father, I was able to address one of my repair pile projects: A yellow Earthbound Trading … Continue reading Solarpunk Action Week, Day 2
What's solarpunk? It began as a sci-fi aesthetic in which people survived post-apocalyptic or nearly-apocalyptic circumstances by banding together, helping each other out, sharing knowledge and resources, and converting to renewable local resources and local sustainable economies. And then a bunch of people said "Why the fuck is that sci-fi? Not only do we need that now, but this stuff is actually completely obtainable. Let's band together with our communities! Let's stand up for each other's human rights! Let's build a local economy of shared and renewable resources!"