I think I've already pointed out that wise folk need to survive just like everyone else, but, in case I haven't, yeah, you know that "don't profit by magic or DOOOOOM!" thing? Phooey. People with magical talent have as much right to profit by it as anyone with any other talent does. No one should be unduly greedy, mind you, but that's about being ethical in general and applies to all people.
This past weekend, my household had an ugly confrontation with a virus of the non-computer-related variety, which is why this week's post is late. My hard-working spouse had to miss a day of work; fortunately, he is salaried, so didn't lose any money, but that wasn't always the case and our accumulated debt reflects that! I have two children that I work hard taking care of, in addition to the time I spend on my magical practice. So far, I've made exactly zero dollars on any of the things I work very hard at doing; I'd like to change that sooner rather than later!
If you want my divination services, please see my Wren Starling page, which has a handy dandy Paypal link, even.
As for this part of my practice, I'll take any amount you'd like to give to support the regular posting to this blog; just use that handy Paypal link and tell me that you're supporting the blog in the special notes.
For general consultation, which includes things like spell-crafting (in which you and I work together to design a spell or ritual for you to perform), research, or personal advice, my services run about 30 dollars an hour or the equivalent (in age-old tradition, I am always open to barter!), not including the cost of materials in spell-crafting; all such purchases must be pre-approved 0r made by the client, of course.
For spell-casting and other rituals, such as weddings, funerals, infant-welcomings, and so on, my services are about 40 dollars an hour (travel time counts if it's more than half an hour or so), or can be one set fee negotiated in advance, competitive with other people offering similar services. Contact me if you're interested and we can probably work something out; as mentioned, barter is always an option.
Contact me @ jennywise at comcast.net if you are interested in any of the above! Thanks! I truly appreciate your support.