This post is for my Pagan readers. Foodies, preppers, and snark-addicts - read it if you want, but the challenge is not for you!
Modern technology has made information virtually free. You're reading this via the internet in some form. You can get this from a terminal at your local library for free. While there, you can pick up books on neo-paganism, or witchcraft, or herbalism, or astrology, or whatever - for free. Most of you are accessing this in the convenience of your home.
Many of us spend our time accumulating not just things, but information. Can we ever get enough of either? Yes. In fact, most of us here online have TOO MUCH of both.
Stop the accumulation of "Pagan information". Use - WORK THROUGH - what you already have, at least until Lughnasadh, preferably until next Imbolc. No new books until you're read and done all the exercises in the ones you've already got. No downloading new rituals to try out. No new tarot spreads until you've mastered the decks and spreads you already have information on. Do every meditation/visualization you already have in your possession. Master every tarot deck. Become intimate with the Nature Spirit of every herb/spice/resin you work with before getting more information on how to make potions or incenses.
Use, rather than consume/amass/hoard.
If that means not reading my blog, I'll understand, altho' I post rather less on Pagan/magic/worship/Gods/power than I'd like to be, and I always think I'm rather light on adding to the information overload in general. Still, if you have to decide whether to read a blog or work a book you own - read the book, not me!
Work it. Internalize it. There is no 'Wicca 400' level books/blogs - there is introduction and then the working, the making your path manifest in the challenges of life.
Vaguely related links: Altars, an Alternative View