Alert readers (which I assume describes all 6 of mine) may have noticed that though DSH has been a big topic in the past here at Unseen Censer, I haven’t talked about it a lot.
Partly that was because I had everything the brand had to offer, and had been a little less than wowed . . . → Read More: Naughty, and some Yellow
OMFG I am so tired. Are you guys tired? I’m exhausted.
For various reasons of the plot I didn’t get or take any time off these last five months. Then I decided to do all my Fun Things at once. One thing is clear: I need to organize my down time better. Or stop organizing . . . → Read More: Tripping with perfume
Looking at my “Damage this year” spreadsheet, I’m really calmly happy with my acquisitions, for the most part.
I’ve learned that blind buys of more than a few dollars don’t pay, and I’m mostly putting that knowledge into action. More planned purchases, less thrill rides. Even today, when I blew my fourth quarter budget up . . . → Read More: Just some notes to myself
The Unseen Censer is having a bit of an identity crisis, y’all.
I’m not really going back to my go-to bottles that much. I am the big floral girl, I am the 80s-shoulderpads-girl. I am Vanilla Girl. Did you see, by the way, the awesome roundup of vanilla perfumes by usual vanilla-phobe Patty over at . . . → Read More: Identity Crisis
When I see people talk about how they avoid discontinued perfumes because they can’t stand the heartache,
… I think “MORE FOR ME!!!”
Honestly, embracing the ephemeral was the basis for my launch into complete fanaticism about this hobby.
Which is just to say: I got a perfume I loved, found out it had been . . . → Read More: I love heartache
It’s warm and moist here and there are people outside digging up last year’s plants and putting in new ones for this year. It’s appropriate to wear green.
I am rocking DSH Vert pour Madame today but it certainly wears down enough for me to test other things in the afternoon. (It actually has very . . . → Read More: Spring in February