Celebrating the changing of the seasons and the Pagan sabbats is sometimes considered to be something that must be done with elaborate rituals and feasts. The modern domestic witch, however, knows that not only should we celebrate the whole season (not just one day), but we can work the celebration into our daily lives through appropriate activities.
Here are a list of ideas for celebrating spring, whether on Ostara or on another day:
Spring clean your house physically, then magically
Color eggs. Blow out a few raw eggs, color them and fill them with finely ground herbs corresponding to a magical intent
Research egg magic
Get outside with kids or friends and play old fashioned games like red rover and tag
Start clearing out space in your yard for a garden, or getting your garden beds ready to plant
On the morning of Ostara, plan to have a bonfire or light candles as a way of greeting the return of light and the sun.
Eat eggs for breakfast on Ostara morning and bury the rinsed shells in your garden to promote prosperity and abundance of your crops
Try to incorporate at least one traditional correspondence into you daily life through the spring season: cook with seasonal foods, use traditionally colored cloth napkins, display a vase of wildflowers on your table, burn traditionally scented incense, etc.