Monday(Divination): Do a simple divination of "what do I need to know about the coming week?" or "where should I focus my energies this week?" using whatever form of divination you wish to increase your skill in.
Tuesday (Protection): Cast a basic protection bubble shield and hold it for a set duration of time.
Wednesday (Communication): Perform a verbal or nonverbal spell to strengthen your communication skills.
Thursday (Luck): Create or charge a good luck charm.
Friday (Love and Relationships): Perform a cord magic spell for improved relationships.
Saturday (Cleansing): Perform a cleansing bath.
Sunday (Health): Perform a kitchen magic spell for improved or maintained health.
Have a Magical Day
Gratitude: Begin the day by thinking of things you are grateful for. Bonus points for writing it down in a gratitude journal.
Bless Your Brew: Draw sigils over your morning tea or coffee with your finger, set your day's intentions, and say thank you for the boost it gives you.
Water Magic: Use the shower as a purification ritual. Visualize the water washing away negative energy and filling you with power for your day ahead.
The Magical Commute: Make a magical charm for your rearview mirror. Play uplifting, magical music. If you get stuck in traffic, use the time to affirm your intentions.
Design a tarot spread to solve a unique problem in your life at this time.
Create your own Lenormand or Oracle deck.
Draw out the symbols in a set of runes. Assign your own meanings to each one.
Design your own dowsing mat and start using it.
Visit a local folkloric place in your area. In your own words, write about the myths.
Research a goddess or god you are not familiar with, or that you have interest in.
Trace your hand, then fill it in with your line patterns and research their meanings.
Ask the eldest member of your family about your oldest family traditions and brainstorm ways you might incorporate them into your life.
On Being Witchy
Write down information about plants that grow in your area.
Print out your birth chart, and write about the astrological information.
Create a correspondence chart for your herbs.
Do a tarot reading, then write down your feelings about it and what you learned.
Write down witchy recipes or herbal tea blends you want to try.
Write your intentions for the New Moon, and what you're letting go of during the Full Moon.
Create a list of items you would put in an energy jar to bring love, peace, and happiness to you. Now create it and display it where you will see it every day.
Write a list of your favorite rituals and meditations and include when you use them.
Write summaries of the books you have read regarding witchcraft.
List what's on your altar. Is it hidden in plain sight with basic items that have meaning to you but represent your witchy self? Or is it front and center for the world to see? If you don't have an altar, find ideas online and write about the one that you feel best suits you.
Create a sigil for a specific intention.
Create pages for each of the elements.
Write about your ancestors and how you honor them.
Write about folklore and local legends.
Write about any deities you worship or work with.
Look up the different types of witches and write down the parts of each that you use in your craft.
Create a mini vision board in your journal.
Do you have a familiar? If so, write about it. If not, share about the kind of familiar you think you would want/have and why.
List the moon phases and come up with your own correspondences and associations.
Go through your collection of gemstones. Hold each one and record your thoughts.
Dream up your ideal sacred space. What would it look like? Where would it be?
Spells and Magic
Write your own spell for the coming full moon.
Design a protection spell for your animal familiar.
Think of an emotional imbalance in your life and come up with a healing spell to help.
For the Kitchen Witch
Pick a seasonal recipe to cook for every holiday on the Wheel of the Year.
Choose a cookie recipe, then break the ingredients down into their magical meanings. What kind of spell would this recipe work best for?
Design a recipe spell around an edible herb you know well.
Design a kitchen altar.
Pick an intention and then list every herb you can think of that might support that intention.
Pick an ingredient and list every potential magical use for it that you can think of.
Design a recipe spell using only ingredients you already have.
List your favorite kitchen tools and think of ways to use them magically.
For the Magical Herbalist
If you had to survive an entire year in the wilderness, what 10 herbs would you bring with you?
Learn 5 herbs you can find in your region. Draw them, then write down where you are likely to find them and what they can be used for.
List the Sabbats and name one herb that is in season for each one.
Pick your favorite herbal home remedy and customize it for your needs and region.
Learn a new recipe for a homemade herbal bath product and write it down with notations and tips you discovered during the process of making it.
Use pictures from an old gardening magazine to make a collage of flowers and herbs you want to try growing.
Draw a diagram of your dream garden. Pretend that money and time are no object.
Write a list of herbs to calm anxiety and stress.
Experiment with different herbal blends and come up with a recipe for ritual incense.
Start a Herbal Grimoire: Using your apothecary of herbs, create a grimoire which includes the following information for each herb: Common name, Latin name, Parts used, Primary function, Other benefits, Dosage, Precautions
Full Moon Prompts
Record information about the energy of the full moon.
Start a Lunar Grimoire to keep track of your full moon rituals.
Record information about the astrological sign that the moon is currently in.
Research moon goddesses such as Selene, Diana, and Hecate and write down information about how they are worshiped.
Profile crystals and herbs associated with the moon.
What do you want to celebrate at this full moon? How have you grown, and what have you achieved in the last lunar cycle?
The full moon is associated with the mother aspect of the Triple Goddess. Research the mother and goddesses associated with her and record what resonates with you.
Write down all the tools you like to use in moon rituals, including your favorite candles, tarot decks, teas, and oil blends.
Look up your own moon sign, as well as any planets or asteroids in your natal chart that are in the sign of Cancer, (the sign of the moon), and record what you find.
What do you want to release from the past lunar cycle?
Wheel of the Year
Diagram the Wheel of the Year. Include charming illustrations or assign a color to each Sabbat.
On the next Sabbat, make a note of the flowers, herbs, and other natural items in season during that time in your region so you know what to expect next year. Use this knowledge as reference for planning future Sabbat ritual ideas.
Make a bucket list for the next upcoming Sabbat. For example, Ostara might include decorating eggs, planting spring flower bulbs or giving away gift baskets to friends.
Plan a party for the next Sabbat.
Diagram your next seasonal altar. Include flower ideas, symbols, gemstones, and directional correspondences.
Design and draw out your ultimate ritual robe. Pretend money and time are no object.
Pick a crafting skill you know well (knitting, sewing, pottery, etc.) then think of some ways you might apply your talent to witchcraft.
Design an altar tile for your sacred space. Draw it out in detail, including symbols, colors, and materials you want to use.
Make a list of witchcraft related books you plan to read.
Write a fable about magic gone wrong. What is the moral of the story?
Brainstorm some pagan-related travel ideas.
Take a nature walk. Identify 5 items in nature and describe how you might use them in your next ritual.
Wake up early one morning and record the last dream you remember. What hidden messages do you see?