What’s in my bag? πŸŽ’

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So on my little podcast I record I did a new feature called: ‘What’s in my bag’. Above is a photo of my backpack and I’ve listed the contents below:

  • Medication: Paracetamol, Ibuprofen and Cocodamal – pain relief on the go!
  • In ear phones – just standard Apple ones
  • Noise cancelling ear buds – bought from Amazon, they come in a little zip-up case
  • Nivea Essential Care lip balm
  • Rimmel Lasting Perfection Concealer – because spots can appear at any time!
  • 2 x Packets of Cous Cous – handy for lunch at work if I want to eat something I know and tastes quite neutral/not spicy!
  • My card holder with bank cards, ID and loyalty cards
  • Nivea wet wipes – handy if I get sweaty during the day and for cleaning my desk if it’s dusty!
  • Glasses Lens cleaning wipes – these are epic, they come in individual packets and I throw them in my bag to use to clean my glasses and great for cleaning screens too!
  • Glasses case
  • Pencil case: fineliners, mini ruler,
  • Tangle Teezer compact hair brush – literal lifesaver and I tend to use the Tangle Teezer as my main hairbrush as sensory-wise it’s nowhere near as painful as a normal hairbrush,
  • Phone charger – standard Apple lightning cable

Listen to the ‘What’s in my bag’ episode here: 21andsensory PodcastΒ or search for ’21andsensory’ on the Apple Podcast app / Google Play music app.

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A sensory experience review…

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I was lucky enough to go on a little adventure a few weekends ago to the Isle of Wight (UK). It’s a lovely little island with loads to see and do – so much so I already want to go back and explore more!

Whilst I was there I went to an AWESOME water show called Waltzing Waters which I thought I would do a little review about.

Here is some more information:

“The world’s most elaborate water, light and music production. “It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before”…a triumph of artistry and engineering. Visitors are overwhelmed by thousands of dazzling patterns of moving water synchronised with music in spectacular fashion.”

Anyways: it was SPECTACULAR. So kind of think of it as awesome music throughout the ages coordinated to a water display. There were hundreds of nozzles spraying ridiculously high-powered jets of water so high and then falling and twirling into phenomenal shapes.

I know these sorts of water shows can be quite popular at resorts in America and especially in places like Dubai in shopping centres and public places. Somehow I had never really come across one before and because this show was based on the Isle of Wight only a handful of people turn up to each set time – which was fab as no crowds and lots of seating to choose from!

I just wanted to do a little write up to almost sort of say as a sensory being how lovely I found the whole show and that I really recommend seeing a show whether you have sensory problems or not 😊

One of my next blog posts will be a Q&A on all things sensory! Feel free to comment below with any questions you might have – tweet me or comment on my Instagram!