6 Things Haunting Me This Week

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Hello. I’m going to try something out. Each Friday, I’m going to share spooky reads and products that are haunting me. Maybe it is an article I read that I cannot stop thinking about. Maybe it is something I cannot wait to purchase on payday.

Please note, this post is 100% my recommendations. Products featured are not ads. I just really love them! 

Treats

I just came across a new (to me) spooky candle company: Werther & Gray. I am especially in awe of their packaging. I cannot wait to get a hold of my first candle!

One of the first Halloween purchases I’ve made this season was this ghost mug from Pottery Barn. Good quality, decent price, cute ghost face.

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If you are in the market for a new tarot deck, might I recommend The Marigold Tarot? The skeleton imagery is simply breathtaking. I was able to get my hands on the gold gilded deck, but it’s sold out! You can wait until the restock or buy the Classic deck.

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Reads

Do Animals Experience Grief? – Smithsonian.com

“A growing body of evidence points to how animals are aware of death and will sometimes mourn for or ritualize their dead”

Ghosts on the shore – aeon 

“In Japan, ghost stories are not to be scoffed at, but provide deep insights into the fuzzy boundary between life and death”

7 Questions to Ask Before Buying Halloween Decor – Spooky Little Halloween 

If you like Halloween decor like me, it’s hard to control those impulse buys! Here’s a helpful post from Spooky Little Halloween to help make responsible and fun purchases.

Featured Photo by Marko Blažević on Unsplash

5 thoughts on “6 Things Haunting Me This Week”

  1. Love the article from Smithsonian. I know our curiosity of cats grieves, seeks comfort, and will avoid certain areas after one of them passes away. Our outside (feral) cats won’t even go near a place where one of them had died, they get very skittish, and clingy. Our inside cats look for more cuddles, more reassurance. I believe animals are as capable of grieving and sorrow as we are.

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    1. Thanks so much for sharing. I haven’t lost a pet (as an adult and main caretaker), so I haven’t seen my pets mourn…yet. I have three pets and I’m worried what will happen when one passes…they love each other so much! I agree animals are capable of grieving and sorrow too!

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