Basically, 13-year-old starts business selling “manly” scented candles for school. Media picked up story, now swamped with orders. But the real reason I link it here is: one of the fragrances is Money to Burn.
Now, down’t be skittish — you may not have heard that phrase in a long time — I haven’t since I was a kid, back before personal computers. It may go back to the 19th century. It simply means that even using money for kindling wouldn’t make a dent in your wealth.
So, try this:
“The incense of wealth perfumes my home. I have money to spend and to lend, to spare and to share, to give away, and even to burn. Yes, prosperity is in the very air I breathe.”