Happy almost Spring!
I was changing out the balsam pine Febreze in the bathroom for some lavender scented spray, and it got me wondering: when do you change your scents?
Do you change them depending on your mood?
When it’s cold out, and the days get shorter and darker, I love deep brooding scents such as balsam, mahogany teakwood, or cedar. And I won’t say no to a pot of tea.
Do you change them by the season?
I went hiking last weekend and could not get enough fresh air scent. I was basically huffing it! It might be a love of nature or the effects of being out of shape…
Do you change scents because of what you’re doing?
My ace bath from a few weeks ago involved putting my nieces to bed, then using their parents’ bathtub with a bunch of sub box items I never get to use! And free wine. 🍷
I change them usually by my mood during each season. Room sprays are generally Febreze. Wall plug-ins come from Bath and Body Works when they are on sale for $3 each.
Here’s my fresh, spring scented haul! I sniffed many candles carefully before deciding which scents to inflict upon my household and our guests.
I do occasionally pick up some 3-wick candles as well from B&BW, while some candles are box surprises or from clearance shelves.
I tidied up my candle collection not too long ago and need to get a candle warmer to use up the last bits of wax in several jars.
Finally, what scents can you absolutely not stand?
Ugh, everything that other people seem to like! I have a very sensitive nose. #1 killer is patchouli… Then vanilla because it hurts my stomach and gives me a headache, but I love vanilla flavor! Cheap fruity or floral scents also make me feel ill, and coconut just reminds me of black hair products from my childhood. I can’t even put scented stuff in my car because it irritates my senses so much! 😷
Now tell us, what are your scent likes and dislikes, and how do you get your huff on? We know Pnut is team candles, and I just like scents that don’t make me feel sick, but what do you use? If you can’t stand scented stuff at all, let us know that too!