It’s nearing THAT time of the year! I know many companies have already begun to release their Fall Scent Collections. Here's the thing ya'll...
When I make the candles you see on my pages, it's a whole-hearted process. I want to create the fall scents for you when the time feels right. It feels wrong to rush to create to keep up with the retail stores and competitors.🕯 🤷🏽♀️🕯
There is a version of me in this moment, this day, this season, that I want to be. I will never have this version of me again, so I will stay with her and be here. In context, it means creating fall candles when it feels right and only then. 😌
As I'm over here honoring the end of summer and enjoying the few cool mornings we've had, I'm planning what we are going to be burning in our homes next season and what's the best way to serve you all. What better day to release the Fall Candle Collection than the first day of fall?!? Mark your calendars for September 22nd when we will have this season's fresh small batch candles ready for your homes 🏡 ✨️ 🕯
Guess what!?! We also have a pre-order option this year! This is for some of you that I know begin getting those 🍂 fall 🍂 decorations out real soon. I want you to get your fall aromas rolling right away! I'm announcing this year's collection with a pre-order form to email subscribers ONLY on Saturday, September 3rd. Sign up on our homepage if you're not already on the list. And watch 👀 your emails on September 3rd!!! 💃🏻
I know these are your favorite, so I’m pouring them EARLY and to order just for you! ✨️Orders are filled and ready within 3 days! Shipping or pickup is available and we also have special pricing when you order one case. 💥Let us know if you have a favorite scent that you’d like to see in a Sincerely Candle!
Two Truths and a Lie is a great introductory group gathering game you can play at parties or use as ice breakers. No special preparation is needed and it’s optional as to whether or not to keep track of points for a prize.
To play, everyone sits or stands in a circle. One by one, each person in the circle says three statements about him/herself. Two of these statements must be facts, or "truths," and one must be a lie. The other members then take turns trying to guess which statement is the lie.
Here are some tips I've gathered from Hannah Muniz over at prepscholar.com!
What Makes for a Good Lie? A Good Truth? A best lie to use is one that seems most believable:
it'll sound like something you might've done or might want to do (but haven't actually done). A lie that's too far fetched will clearly sound fake, so try to think of lies that are similar to truths to make them as plausible-sounding as possible.
For example, don't say, "I can speak 22 languages." This statement is clearly a lie (unless you're a famous polyglot!). Rather, say, "I can speak three languages fluently." This statement is just plausible enough to make people doubt whether you're telling the truth or not.
When it comes to telling truths, you'll want to tell the truth in such a way that others think you're lying even though you're not. Therefore, a good truth will sound like something you usually wouldn't do or wouldn't want to do (but have actually done).
For example, if you're normally a shy person but have been the first to get out on a dance floor, this would be a good truth to tell since other people won't expect you to have done it.
35 Two Truths and a Lie Ideas
Below are tons of Two Truths and a Lie examples you can use for lies (or truths if applicable!). Just remember this: when choosing lies, always opt for those that will be most convincing for you!
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