There are always a lot of videos on YouTube, and some blog posts, showing tart storage. I've often wondered why people would care to see something like that, and have wondered if it's really just more of a way to see how much wax a person has instead of how it's stored. But whatever . . . I usually skip those videos and posts but I saw one today and decided I'd go ahead and do one too since I haven't been posting much lately anyway.
And that is IT. I've said many times that I'm trying to not buy any wax (or anything extra) for a while because we're trying to take care of some debt, but even if I wasn't doing that I still feel uncomfortable when I have this much wax piled up. I find I don't appreciate the tarts when I have a lot. I tend to just race through the melting in order to get rid of them. I don't remember scents much when I do that, don't develop favorites, don't melt them till their scent is gone. I did pretty darn good at not buying in January. I only spent $4.50 on tarts, all of those from Walmart. One was a 50cent Christmas clearance, one was a gift for someone, and one was a backup pack of an old favorite scent.
Having said that though, I did place two orders yesterday. But they weren't my fault! LOL! Hubby was unhappy with the scent choices we have on hand, said he was in the mood for some spring/floral scents because he's sick of winter already. He also mentioned that the sinus relief tart really seemed to work, and that I should get more. We briefly debated just running to the Yankee outlet to get some votives in spring scents, but decided we just didn't feel like going anywhere, so I hopped online and placed a couple orders. So yes, you will see a couple tart hauls coming up in the next week or so.
I'm off now to read my book!