I would strongly recommend that you make offerings to match and connect with your spirits. Nourish them, nourish yourself, and take as much rest as you can from the coming weekend. The coming weeks have much to offer us, both in opportunities and obstacles, if the stars are to be trusted.
If you are searching for a practice to embrace, I recommend brewing a cup of tea, offering it to the Dark Moon before saying this prayer:
Drink that tea following the completion of this prayer, and contemplate the cycles of the Moon and your observations over the last 15 days. Consider what comes next, should these cycles continue, and recognize what you must do in order to make full use of this auspicious circumstance!
"Of Dioh divine mother of all, divinity with many names,
Holy Dimítir, nurturer of children, bestower of bliss,
Oh divine one, who cultivates the grain, who apportions all good things,
You who rejoice in peace and our difficult labors,
Presiding over seeds, bequeathing abundant grain, thresher, producing the green fruit,
You dwell in the hallowed valley of Ælefsís.
Oh charming, lovely one, you give nourishment to all the mortals;
You were the first to yoke the ploughing oxen,
And you produce a lovely and abundant life for mortals;
You promote growth, familial companion of Vrómios, splendidly honored,
Torch-bearing, holy one, you rejoice in the summer's fruit of the sickle.
You are from the earth, you appear, you are gentle to all.
You bless us with progeny, oh lover of children, holy one, maiden who nurtures the young,
You yoke dragons to your chariot with a bridle,
Whirling and circling about your throne as you cry out in ecstasy.
Only-begotten, Goddess bearing many children, mighty queen of mortals,
Creator of many things, you bloom with flowers, blooming with holiness;
Come, happy one, pure one, heavy with the fruits of summer,
Bring down peace and lovely order to our world,
With riches and blessings and a life governed by good health."
-Credit to HellenicGods.org