As I put off and put off writing my reviews the last few weeks, I started thinking to myself: WHY? Why am I putting off my reviews? The answer was quite simple and obvious: I just don't use that many new things in a week. I am a creature of habit, and also a creature of pack ratting.
I have so many new things going on in my life right now. I am trying to start a new career, the house is under construction, and we are still getting used to living in Houston. School is over in a few weeks, and I am going back to school for the first time in 10 years on the 24th. Because so much else in my life is new and exciting (and scary), for many of my every day routines, I am in a "default to what you know works" stage to help me try to find a sense of stability.
So, I am scaling back to one review a month for a while. This month, there just isn't that much new to review. I got a lot of exciting things in my samplers this month, but I haven't gotten to many of them yet. I will just have to tell you what I HAVE used and loved.
Wicked Soaps, and it was wonderful. The sample was a good sized hunk that lasted me for more than two weeks. It lathered up really well, and had a great scent throw. Though the soap was a fuschia and black blend, there was no color transfer to my scrubby or shower. I really enjoyed this soap. Wicked Soaps has all sorts of products on their Etsy Page, so I am sure you can find something you will love there. There is a Pink Sugar Sampler I have my eye on, and the husband has been given a not-so-subtle hint for Mother's day.
The Bubble Room. The soap I used is called "You Have My Heart", and it is this gorgeous iridescent white with a pink heart in the center. Don't ask me how they did that with soap, but it came out really cool. Again, the soap sample was a good sized chunk, so over a week later, I am still using the same soap. Many of the Bubble Room's soaps are vibrant fun colors, and my kids are constantly begging to use the samples I get from them from Sampler Village. The Bubble room has a fun and whimsical style, and is great for people who are still a child at heart.
The only other new product I used this month was some tarts I got from a new candle supplier. The Gingerbread Cupboard sent these absolutely adorable shaped tarts out in both the Little Black Boxes and Sampler Village, and I was SUPER PSYCHED to get their tarts in each. They have excellent scent throw, and are some of the cleanest molded tarts I have ever seen. Their shapes are adorable, and it's obvious that a lot of thought and care went into them.
As you can see, I haven't been using too many new things, so I am going to try to keep updating the blog with other postings, on my many other interests, and on some of my other purrchases and things I use. Thanks so much, and Hopefully, in June I will have a huge list of wonderful handmade products to review!