I like to "pretend" every meal is a potion or spell - well it's not pretend when you do that really - it really is. I'll add the ingrediants sometimes and give each one a purpose - like thyme for time well spent, or rosmary for love - it doesn't really matter if that is what the herb is normally used for, because it's all in the intention. Then stir it all with a charged hand. Or knead bread dough with charged hands and loving intentions.
I also like to do my regular cleaning as if I were doing a simple house cleansing. Sweep top to bottom, front to back and out the back door. Air the house out and burn some pleasing insence. I ask the wind to clear and cleanse the air.
I like to go outside sometimes and listen and try to get a feal for what the weather is to come. Listening to the wind. I'll hang wind chimes out side. I think the wind likes to play with them, and having them shows an apreciation to the wind, for letting me know the weather and being a messenger.
I don't do all these things all the time, but often enough, that I think it does make a differance. I know that the Mother listens to me, and doing things like this as often as possible - besides selebrating the Sabats - lets her know that I listen too, and that is important. It is especially important today, when so few of the many humans inhabiting Mother Earth actually listen to and apreciate her. I can't immagin what it would be like as a mother to be ignored so compleatly by my own children. Lol, I guess I'll find out when they become teenagers. Joking!
What does everyone else do regularly, magickly?