Happy (Secular) New Year

Happy new year! Let’s try and make this one better than the last one, yeah?

On the personal front, I’m planning on doing this with more active polytheism, in the sense of working much more with others than I did last year. First stop: Leading a Dionysos devotional at Pantheacon in February. Also: starting a devotional circle for Himself, and getting active with a group of local polytheists.

Getting back on a regular blog schedule is also a goal. I’ve let things slide through the end-of-year holidays, and I don’t want anyone to think I’ve faded.

I’m also getting things together for an attempt to blag my way into Stanford’s Religious Studies PhD program. Divination suggested that even the gods think it’s a long shot, but they really want me to try, anyway. If anyone has any advice on that, I’d be grateful for the help.

What are you doing to be awesome in 2015?

About Ashley Sarver

Ashley Sarver is a queer, nonbinary trans femme, polytheist, gamer, and disability caregiver living in the San Francisco Bay Area. View all posts by Ashley Sarver

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