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Happy Fall 2021

Happy Fall 2021
So getting ready slow for autumn. I am still Cityscape with family. Its functional, annoying, but works. Any traveling or off grid lifestyle will mirror hopefully SL. For a 50/50 balance. I have to plan everything in pieces, including commercial for office/studio/church.

Fwd: How do you stay cozy? Also: Happy Halloween!

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From: Enchanted Living <>
Date: Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 3:53 PM
Subject: How do you stay cozy? Also: Happy Halloween!

Good morning --- and Happy Halloween/Samhain!

We don't know where you're spending this spooky holiday but where we are it's raining, leaf-strewn, and ultra autumnal ... and seems the perfect sort of day to ask you this burning question:

What are your favorite ways to stay cozy in the colder months?

Respond to this email and send us your answers, and/or head over to our Facebook and Instagram feeds and tell us there! We'll print our favorite answers in the"From Our Readers" feature in our winter hygge-themed issue! (If you've never seen this feature, here are our readers' lovely answers that appeared in last winter's celestial-themed issue, when we asked about your favorite memories of stargazing:

Here's an ultra cozy image from said hygge themed issue, one that Steve Parke took at Hobbit's Dream in Fairfield, Virginia (where you can get 10% refunded off your night's stay when you instant book and send a message with the word FAERIE in it!). You'll read all about this enchanted place in December!
In other, more witchy news, here are a few pics artist Terri Foss took of her feature in our current witch issue; she not only answers a ton of questions from editor Carolyn Turgeon but also shares tips on how to create a sweet painting, possibly involving witches and crescent moons. What better way to spend Halloween day? (If you haven't yet ordered this issue, subscribe or get the single copy right here: We're also excited to share some Terri in our winter issue...
And then we have a few new historic beauty items in our enchanted shop, like these two lovely sachets: the first composed by Marie Antoinette's perfumer Jean-Louis Fargeon in the 1730s, the second from an authentic 18th century Scottish herbal grimoire:
And then this 1930s rose curling set (i.e., natural hairspray):
And this 1893 solid perfume that smells of cloves:
We also have in a few items that are always selling out, like this Outlander inspired tinted rose lip balm and much more:
In other news, who doesn't want a resin bracelet that allows a sunset forest to glimmer from one's wrist? We don't know either.
We also wanted to let you know about a sweet new handmade spell kit that our resident love witch Veronica Varlow is offering:

It includes

🖤Skeleton Key Crystal Amulet
🖤Smoke & Mirrors 2oz Incense Tin
🖤Worship Me Bath Salts with Rose Petals
🖤69 Love Songs Perfume Oil Roller
🖤Ritual - Purple Velvet Sigil Mojo Bag
🖤Pentacle Carved Candle
🖤Spell Scroll with 2 rhyming invocations and all the secrets on how to use everything in the kit.

AND you can use the code SEASONOFTHEWITCH for $10 off.

Here's more from Veronica:
And the kit itself, winking out at us:
In other news, remember last autumn's Outlander-themed issue and this lovely piece about the lover's eye?

Here's the pretty cover again, shot by Steve Parke in Baltimore's Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower. Model Sarah Bentman is wearing a thistle/tartan gown from Justina A. Prince (with thistles hand painted by artist Tim Kelly). The hair/makeup was from Nikki Verdecchia of NV Salon Collective. You can get it and all our other back issues at
Anyway, for lovers of gorgeous novels and lovers' eyes, we wanted to tell you about this exclusive giveaway for Enchanted Living readers from Kris Waldherr, author of The Lost History of Dreams and The Goddess Tarot: an eerie-but-beautiful handcrafted Lover's Eye pendant!
In addition, the e-book of The Lost History of Dreams is on sale at BookBub for $2.99 through 11/3/19 at

To enter, simply send an email to Giveaway ends 11/1/19, US shipping only. You can also learn more about The Lost History of Dreams at
The Lost History of Dreams is a gothic novel in the style of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights involving ghosts, a post-mortem photographer, and the secret history of a famed poet's marriage—in other words, the perfect read for Halloween! It also received a Kirkus starred review in addition to being an Amazon, Kobo and bestseller. In the book, a Lover's Eye pendant plays an important role in two forbidden love affairs. If you don't know what a Lover's Eye is, these mysterious pieces of jewelry were shared between lovers who yearned to keep their attachments du coeur on the lowdown. Kris's Lover's Eye pendant was crafted to match the necklace adorning the spooky book cover. 

Here's a piece of Lover's Eye jewelry from 1800, when they were at their most popular:
Isn't that.... romantic?

How could you see that and not long for a lovers eye lollipop? Good thing we have some:
So go take a gander at Kris's book and everything else we mentioned and don't forget to tell us about your cozy picks!

And Happy Halloween!!!
With all our love,
Enchanted Living
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Thx for visiting🏃🏾‍♀️. - Lez Michelle, China
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Age 45, Taurus Bull.✿Older Jobs Removed/Retired.♥Yoga is the Umbrella to many related jobs & careers. ♥L.D.M (est 2005), Mia Resorts (est 2010). ♥Focus: Holistic, Homeopathy ND.

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