Once you've begun studying Paganism, whether it's Wicca or some other form, you may at some point feel like you're all alone.
Your family doesn’t get what you're doing, your friends think you're weird, and you might not even want to mention your beliefs to your co-workers. Well, the obvious solution is to find other Pagans—not necessarily because you want to be part of a coven or a group, but just so you can find some like-minded individuals to hang out with and share ideas once in a while.
Because Paganism is not a single religion but a collection of thousands of different spiritual paths, there's no clearinghouse list of all of the people who self-identify under this heading.
If you're a Pagan college student, check to see if there's a Pagan student group on campus - many universities have them.
You can also bring yourself into contact with other Pagans by attending classes or events at your local metaphysical store.
Many shops become social hangouts for people who don't have a regular coven, because the environment is conducive to interacting with like-minded people.
If you're in a small town or rural area, you may have to drive to the nearest city to find a metaphysical or Wiccan store -- but if you're serious about meeting other people, it's worth the trip. If someone compliments you on your lovely pentacle necklace, they're not just saying they like your jewelry.
They're saying, "I know what a pentacle is, and I want you to know that I know what a pentacle is!