When I think of curiosity, I always think about young children and their thirst for learning. Maybe it's because I live with a three year old. Maybe it's because I know that when we were young, before society told us who we were “supposed to be,” we were curious. We were whimsical. We were free. Today, look for ways that you can incorporate some curiosity into your day.
- How can you add more playfulness and spontaneity into your life?
- What new beginnings are available to you right now?
- If you could be anything, what would it be?
Today's treat is a No. 20 candle from the fall collection. This scent was inspired by a trip to the apple orchard. I chose this candle for a number of reasons. One of my favorite fall activities, venturing to the orchard is always playful. The scent profile of this candle is imbued with plants that have associations with knowledge. Apple for knowledge and wisdom, juniper for beginnings and happiness, vanilla for balance and inspiration, and anise for awareness and growth.
Remember to burn your candle for at least one hour the first burn, to ensure the wax pool makes it to the edge of the vessel. By burning your candle to the edge and keeping the wick trimmed to 1/4" you'll get the most out of the estimated burn time.
Your vessel is reusable. The labels are removeable. The soy-coconut wax used is water soluble. Simply wash the vessel when your finished to remove any remaining wax.