Yes. I tend to burn them when I am cleaning the house to give it a nice fresh scent. I also have a fav candle that I like to burn when I am watching a movie downstairs. Kinda like mine own private sanctuary.
Year round here too. I have been using a candle warmer lately instead of burning them. It melts it from the bottom with a steady heat and it seems to last longer and the scent is stronger. I can use it at work too since it does not involve an open flame.
I LOVE candles too. I would burn them year round, but I dont have air conditioning, instead I have ceiling fans and they blow the candles out or make them flicker and I get worried that it will catch onto something else, otherwise I would burn them constantly!
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