• Wheel of the year

    Ostara activities

    Ostara is also known as the spring or vernal equinox. The celebration is part of the wheel of the year. In this post, Ostara activities are shared to help inspire you for your own Ostara celebrations. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  14 Ostara activities to inspire your celebrations Bake with eggs Making egg-themed food is a great way to celebrate Ostara. You could make food that primarily contains eggs such as quiche, custard, and egg salad sandwiches. Alternatively, you could make food that relates to eggs such as chocolate nests with mini eggs inside or mini…

  • Ostara symbols such as eggs, flowers and pastels
    Wheel of the year

    What is Ostara?

    This short post looks at what is Ostara, in terms of history, symbols, and how it relates to us today.  Ostara is one of the eight sabbaths which make up the wheel of the year. It normally occurs around March 20th and is also known as the March/spring/vernal equinox. Ostara is one of only two days a year where there is exactly the same amount of light and darkness in a 24 hour period.  The history of Ostara The spring equinox has been celebrated by many in some shape or form all over the world. From a Pagan perspective, it is thought that the Anglo Saxons worshipped Eostre. Taken from…