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Old Ways for Modern Days

Food. Land. Tradition. Magic.

Food. Land. Tradition. Magic.

Unlock the wealth of traditional wisdom and skills already woven into your DNA.
Discover down-to-earth tools that help you live your magic everyday.

Unlock the wealth of traditional wisdom and skills already woven into your DNA.
Discover down-to-earth tools that help you live your magic everyday.

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Do you feel overwhelmed and out of sync in the materialism of the modern world and long for the days of yore when humankind remembered our place in the web of life?

Do you yearn to become enchanted with the world around us, and feel the true abundance and freedom that simple joys can bring?

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There is room for the Old Ways in our Modern Days.

This virtual hearth is for people who understand that we can live more satisfying lives, and serve the next generations through re-claiming the earth-centric traditions of our ancestors.

Let’s dive deep into the sacred well of pre-Christian ancestral knowledge to dismantle the assimilation of our ancient spirits from the confines of this consumer-driven world, and to heal the wounds of disconnection from our animistic traditions.

Here you will find:

Bi-monthly Musings

Do you want practical, down-to-earth tools that inspire you to take part in the dance of life; to feel the magic that’s inherently entwined with the most simple tasks and aspects of your everyday life?

If this sounds like you, take your seat around our hearth-fire. Twice a month you’ll receive a seasonal reflection, story, recipe, or tip based on food, land, tradition, or magic so you can create your own simple daily rituals, and traditions.

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Seasonal Guides

Our bones remember the time when our ancestors lived with the seasons. These monthly guides answer that ancient call, and help us connect to the folk ways of the ones that came before. Tune into traditional festivities, folklore, and activities every month.

Enjoy simple activities, rituals, and recipes that correspond to the changes in the natural world. Down-to-earth and easy to access today!

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Podcast

The Old Ways for Modern Days Podcast discusses the ways in which we can easily incorporate ancestral wisdom and traditional knowledge into our lives.

The aim is to show how we are already connected to this consciousness, and how we can cultivate more connections in our everyday life and tasks.

Episodes are under 1 hour.

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Books

In this growing library please find my published books and guides, as well as those still in progress. I hope they inspire you to create your own simple daily rituals and traditions. Click on the picture of the book to find out more.

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Become a Patron of the Oldways for Modern Days community for as little as $2 per month. From ancient times to the renaissance, this relationship harkens back to an era where creatives had patrons who supported their work.

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Seasonal guides, podcasts, and videos that give you practical, down-to-earth tools that inspire you to take part in the dance of life and to feel the magic that’s inherently entwined with the most simple tasks and aspects of your everyday life. As the community grows, so will the offerings.

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About Jenn Campus

Jenn is a best-selling author, teacher, anthropologist, and mythologist who weaves a rich tapestry of connection between Food, Land, Tradition, and Magic to help you create simple daily rituals and traditions as a way to become re-enchanted with the world around us and to pass down as a legacy to the next generations.

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