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Scentsy Convention Locations

If you hear someone talk about the Scentsy Family Reunion, we’re referring to our annual consultant convention. You can read more about the fantastic event here. Below are the locations of the previous Scentsy conventions/family unions.

United States:

2005 – Boise, ID
2006 – Boise, ID
2007 – Boise, ID
2008 – Boise, ID
2009 – Salt Lake City, UT
2010 – Denver, CO
2011 – Fort Worth, TX
2012 – Las Vegas, NV
2013 – Indianapolis, IN
2014 – St Louis, MO
2016 – Nashville, TN

Australia

2014 – Gold Coast
2015 – Sydney
2016 – Brisbane

Europe

2012 – London
2013 – Liverpool
2014 – Manchester & Frankfort
2015 – London & Kassel

Scentsy Join Special

Scentsy double kitNew Scentsy Consultants who enroll between Feb. 1 and 29 will receive the enhanced Consultant Starter Kit that includes Fall/Winter 2015 testers and catalogs AND Spring/Summer 2016 transition tester sets and catalogs at no additional cost! Transition tester sets include new and returning fragrances, plus any previous Scent of the Month fragrances that are moving into the Spring/Summer 2016 catalog.

Starting March 1, 2016, the new Consultant Starter Kit will include Spring/Summer 2016 testers and catalogs.

Join Scentsy here and supersize your kit today!

Buy Scentsy Discontinued Scents

scentsy discontinued candle scents

Twice a year Scentsy offers a Bring Back My Bar promotion only during January and July to offer previously discontinued or retired candle scents. Below are the scented candle bars that are available only during January 2016 at IncomeWax.com:

Banana Nut Bread Scentsy Candle Bar – Right from the oven with ripe bananas, nuts and spices

Carrot Cake Scentsy Candle Bar – Irresistibly sweet, nutty, warm, and spicy, just like carrot cake

Cherry Almond Pie Scentsy Candle Bar – Graham crackers, sweet almond, cream, and cherries

Cherry Vanilla Scentsy Candle Bar A delightful swirl of candied cherry and sugared almonds folded into velvety white chocolate ice cream

Go-Go-Goji Scentsy Candle Bar – An exotic blend of tart Chinese goji berry, sweet lotus flowers, and ripe, warm dewberries

Grandmas Kitchen Scentsy Candle Bar Nuts, raisins, butter and spice always make Grandma’s kitchen smell nice

Grape Granita Scentsy Candle BarSun-warmed grape and pineapple with undertones of honeysuckle

Happy Go Lucky Scentsy Candle Bar – Luscious red berries, silky orchid, and Japanese plum floating on a cloud of amber vanilla

Hemingway Scentsy Candle Bar – Rich, ripe apples and warm, woody accents of sandalwood and cedar with hints of spice

Hendrix Scentsy Candle Bar – Blend of earthy patchouli, glowing sandalwood, and bold pink pepper, harmonized with sweet tobacco flower

Mulberry Bush Scentsy Candle Bar – blend of earthy patchouli, glowing sandalwood, and bold pink pepper, harmonized with sweet tobacco flower

My Home Scentsy Candle Bar – Formerly named Home Sweet Home, our favorite spicy cinnamon and floral scent

Oats & Honey Scentsy Candle Bar – A buttery mix of toasted oats and tupelo honey, oven-crisped with vanilla and maple

Puppy Love Scentsy Candle Bar – Sweet pea blossoms on a background of velvet musk

Red Delicious Scentsy Candle Bar – Crisp, juicy apples, fresh from the orchard (Scentsy’s 1st ever scent poured)

Simply Irresistible Scentsy Candle Bar – Lavender with a strong, woody background of amber, moss, and musk

Simply Rose Scentsy Candle Bar – Single note pure essence of rose

Spiced Grapefruit Scentsy Candle Bar – Mandarin and bergamot citrus perfectly balanced with spicy coriander, nutmeg, and allspice

Watermelon Patch Scentsy Candle Bar – Sweet, vine-ripened watermelon

Wild Black Cherry Scentsy Bar – A sweet and juicy black cherry, like an old-fashioned black cherry soda.

Our Scentsy candle bars sell for $5.00 USD each. However, better yet, if you want a FREE candle bar, be sure to shop through our Special Combine and Save link here. Then you’ll only paying for five but getting an additional one free! If you’re shopping on a mobile device you may need to scroll down to select individual scents to add to your multi-pack.  UPS will deliver to your door.

Focus on Happiness

Think of someone you have a relationship with – a friend, lover, coworker, a company. Now consider five things happen with this person or entity that are positive; four things happen that are neutral; and one thing happens that is negative. What is the one we tend to think about when we go to sleep?

I heard the above on a video I was watched of Rick Hanson, Ph.D. giving a TED talk. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about that since.

rick hanson phd happinessFocus on Happiness

We’ve heard the cliché about being half full or half empty. We’ve heard to focus on the positive not the negative. We’ve heard it. Yet does that really happen? I don’t think so, not as a whole. Look at social media if you’re not convinced. It’s full of opinionated complainers.  Certainly there are exceptions, but those who are discontent seem to be shouting the loudest and the most often.

I recently witnessed one direct sales leader posing a question on Facebook, looking for advice how to handle the negative drama she was experiencing on her team page. I then saw that same consultant on a different Facebook page instigating the negative drama! She started the thread complaining. She wasn’t just venting frustrations; she was fueling a mutiny, complete with demanding graphics.

That little interaction made me think about what Rick Hanson said, “… five things happen with this person or entity that are positive; four things happen that are neutral; and one thing happens that is negative. What is the one we tend to think about when we go to sleep?” Continue reading

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