Happy Friday everyone. Hope that your morning beverage is tasting as good as mine is today. Strong and bold with some really deep flavor. Might be because I had a really good night’s sleep and feel rested. Most nights I am up late working. Either pouring candles, getting orders ready to ship or doing paperwork of some sort. But last night, I put everything away, fixed myself a fairly good meal and turned on Netflix and commenced to binge watching a series I heard was pretty good. Turned out the series isn’t so bad and the evening was relaxing for a change. I am going to have to do that more often.
Boy, this coffee tastes especially good this morning. I did good!! I just may have to run out and get a Cinnabon to go with this!!
Random Facts About Candles: Floral and herbal aromas, like geranium, lavender, and peppermint, have been proven to be useful for the treatment of various psychological and physiological disorders through the burning of aromatherapeutic candles. Candles for depression and anxiety are particularly popular.
October is just around the corner. Pumpkin everything season. Guess I should be working on my Seasonal and Holiday Fragrances. Not sure what to carry this season. Any suggestions? I am torn between the traditional fragrances and the newer ones popping up in my emails lately. I am sure that the line that I decide on will be full of fragrant aromas that will compliment your home in every way.
I am curious as to what you, as a family member, what fragrance category you prefer. We all have our likes and dislikes. Personally I am in the Fruity/Citrus (Berries, Grapefruit, Watermelon, Mango) group. Matter of fact I have found a new favorite fragrance in that group. When I pour this fragrance, I pour extra just for me. This fragrance is an awesome honey fragrance abundant with a mixed bouquet of wildflowers. Very fresh and this fragrance glows like a sunset. It is called “Wild Mountain Honey”. I have this candle lit in my dining/work area. I have it on both my candle warmers as well as the wax melts in my melters. My entire place has this sweet soft, relaxing aroma without overpowering the place. Very impressive fragrance in my humble opinion. Here is the link to check it out for yourself. https://bit.ly/44ImjPu You will not be disappointed.
Did You Know: A candle flame doesn't always point up. Under normal conditions, a candle light always points up because the flame warms nearby air, which rises up and is replaced by cooler air. This constant cycle (the convection current) creates the teardrop shape of a candle flame. Under microgravity, (i.e. on a space station) NASA scientists revealed that a flame will be spherical. This is because there is no gravity, therefore the heavier, colder gases would not be pulled down and no convection current would be created.
Do you love candles and consider yourself something of an expert? Try answering this question and see where you rank on our Candle IQ scale.
The safest way to extinguish a candle is to:
A) Blow forcefully at the base of the flame
B) Wet your fingers and pinch the wick
C) Use a candle snuffer
D) Splash it with water
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