We’Moon 2018: La Luna is HERE!

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We’Moon 2018: La Luna is HERE!

All year we have been weaving and working toward this moment. Our seeds have been sown and our fruits are ripe. We'Moon 2018 is ready for harvesting!
"If you love the Goddess (however you imagine Her) and want to follow the bodily, spiritual, astrological and lunar cycles of the year, WeMoon is for you! ..."  Read more here.   
— Anne Newkirk Niven is editor and publisher of SageWoman magazine and Witches & Pagans magazine and host of PaganSquare blog.

We’Moon 2018: La Luna
 
calls on the Moon to illuminate our path with regenerative hope. Transformation is Her specialty! La Luna's dance with Light and Dark, growth and demise, is an ever-changing pageant of renewal.
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Barbara Dickinson
Barbara Dickinson

September 27, 2017

Hi Colette!
Your wish is our command :)
In the appendix of the datebook, there are month-at-a-glance pages, one for each month. I use it all the time for long range planning.
We’re so glad you love We’Moon.
Brightest Blessings,
Barb

Colette
Colette

September 15, 2017

I love your calendars. An addition that I would love to see is a month at a glance, along with the regular weekly pages. It would be just perfect then!

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