Modern Women

Many Moons Lunar Planner: 2023


Met with raving reviews and sold-out stock, the Many Moons Workbook by Modern Women has transformed into a planner you'll want for yourself and to gift to all of your friends.

We sell out of these fast every year so don't hesitate if you've been waiting for next year's edition!

From Modern Women:

"The ultimate spiritual guide to 2023 and support tool for your personal growth—no matter the year—is back, baby! This magical 7” x 9” planner follows the Gregorian 2023 calendar year, with all magical holidays, observed holidays & bank holidays for the USA (Northern Hemisphere).

Channel the Moon's magic with every Moon phase and lunar sign for 2023, alongside gentle reminders and prompts that pertain to each lunar phase. 
The Many Moons Lunar Planner also includes every major astrological transit, along with an in-depth 2023 astrological overview!

The planner has monthly overviews and generous weekly overviews that take up one spread. Within the Many Moons Lunar Planner, there is ample space to write, moonifest, daydream, plan, and write the life you're ready to live. Words have power, and spelling is a spell! 

An incredible curation of witches, artists, herbalists, magic makers, astrologers, and more have written exclusive essays on how to harness the varying energies and themes of 2023 through the New and Full Moons. The authors of this edition have included custom spells, rituals, Tarot spreads, and journaling exercises alongside their writing. 

The 2023 Many Moons Lunar Planner contributors include Pam Grossman, astrologer Anthony Perrotta, Rachel True, Pixie Lighthouse, Erica Feldmann of Hauswitch, Alice Sparkly Kat, Gabriela Herstik, Annika Hansteen-Izora, Juliet Diaz, Ehime Ora, Toi Marie, Gala Mukomolova, Robin Rose Bennett, and Barry Lee."

This magical planner follows the Gregorian 2022 calendar year, with all magic holidays, observed holidays & bank holidays for the USA (Northern Hemisphere). It also has Moon phases and signs for 2022, with monthly and weekly views.

Made by a collective of queer and witchy women and self-published in Los Angeles, CA.

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