Stim Box: Huge Fidget Unboxing!

The lovely people @stimbox kindly gifted me this box* 😍😍😍 I am honestly so impressed with the contents of it and I think my enthusiasm comes across in the video (and the fact I keep comparing it to Christmas haha!).

Included in this 21 piece fidget toy set are:

  • Rainbow Pop It
  • Infinity Cube
  • 2x Snap Its
  • Snap and Click Toy
  • Pop It Keychain
  • 4x Stretchy Strings
  • Marble in Mesh
  • Twist and Turn Toy
  • 4x Squishy Mochi
  • A Pea Pod Keychain
  • 2x Acupressure Rings
  • 2x Flippy Bike Chains

They can also be bought individually.

Have a look at the StimBox website here: https://stimbox.co | https://linktr.ee/

Stimbox Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stimbox/

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stimbox

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stimboxllc

(*I was under no obligation to post about the box but really wanted to give an honest review and share it with you all!).

Two Mystery Fidget Unboxing Videos! πŸ“¦

I was gifted* two Sensory ToyBox Mystery Boxes over the past couple of months and thought I’d film a couple of unboxing videos and show you what I received and my honest opinions and reactions!

1st video:

2nd video:

Sensory ToyBox are a UK Etsy shop selling fab sensory and fidget toys as well as mystery boxes.

Check out Sensory Toy Box links below:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sensory_toybox/

Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Sensorytoybox

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sensory_toybox

*I was sent these boxes for free and was under no obligation to post about them but genuinely loved the contents of the boxes and wanted to film unboxing videos to show you all!

21andsensory Livestreams…

I’ve been doing regular livestreams over on my YouTube Channel and on my Instagram and TikTok.

Above is a link to a livestream that I am going to be doing this Saturday 27th at 7pm UK time. Please join me in the live chat and feel free to ask any questions!

I really enjoy doing these as it gives me a chance to speak to everyone and answer anything you might be wondering about. Also I get to just chill with my fidget toys and recommend good ones that you all might like!

Chewigem Chewelry and Fidget Tour! πŸΏ

Hi everyone! In this video I take you through a tour of all my Chewigem Fidgets and Chewelry…

My Chewigem affiliate code: https://www.chewigem.co.uk/ref/12/​​

Product links:

Chewigem Berries: https://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/be…​

*Chewigem Hand Fidget: https://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/ha…​

Chewigem Raindrop: https://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/ra…​

*Chewigem Board Pendant (Glossy): https://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/to…​

*Chewigem Chunk: https://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/ch…​

DISCLAIMER: Whilst all opinions are 100% my own, sometimes I use affiliate links in my description box and feature products that were kindly gifted to me (using *). I will always disclose when I work with a brand on any paid campaign.

Fidget toys I got for Christmas…🌲

Hi everyone – I thought I’d do a quick little video do the fidget toys I got for Christmas – do let me know what you got for Christmas in the comments below!

Product Links:

Fidget and Stim Toys βœ¨

I did a little photoshoot with my small box of fidget and stim toys (because why the hell not?). I think I underestimate how helpful these can really be and I forget to use them if they aren’t in my line of sight, which is when I end up biting my nails, bouncing my legs or flicking / fidgeting using my eyelashes and eyebrows.

I appreciate those might sound weird but literally if I have nothing in front of me I somehow unconsciously resort to doing these things which can end up being a little bit destructive. I’ll list the links to the fidgets below (or head over to my YouTube channel and they are linked in an older sensory box video I did)

Most of the fidgets are from Amazon, The Works, Flying Tiger, The Entertainer or direct online stores:

Sight and Visual Processing…πŸ‘

Sight and Visual Processing…here is a new drawing (part of a series on our 8 senses, scroll back to see my previous drawings!) ✏️

  • Mood lighting is…THE BEST. I have @philipshue lights in my bedroom and it makes the world of difference especially before bed as it’s such a calming way to unwind rather than having my main light on πŸ’‘
  • DO NOT get me started on a rant about fluorescent and neon clothing. I once ranted for a solid few minutes on my podcast (search 21andsensory hehe sneaky plug right there) about a guy who worked in my open plan office who ALWAYS hung his bright yellow fluorescent cycling jacket in my view EVERY DAY. Gees it was too much to handle visually! I knew he was unaware the pain it was causing me but it’s the little things like this that can really affect my mood and ability to generally function! πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈ
  • Visual stims such as bubble liquid timers, desktop and fidget spinners are the best! πŸ™ŒπŸ»
  • Lights flashing such as sirens, alarms and cameras can be disorientating and bewildering πŸš¨πŸš”πŸ“Έ
  • Bright screens = not okay with me. I always have my screen brightness down whether it’s on my phone, tablet or laptop β˜€οΈπŸ˜Ž
  • Aaaah clean and tidy places fill me with joy visually! Tidy room = a tidier(ish) mind for me 😍
  • Okay ewww colourful shelving at supermarkets = NOT cool. I cannot find what I need (cereal aisle, confectionery aisle, you know what I mean) it’s borders on physically painful to walk down these aisles and it messes with my mind trying to process all the colours at once πŸ‘€
  • And finally…hello sequins. I have sequinned fidgets, notebook, doorstop and a pillow! I love the sight of sequins especially in sunlight (and the sensory feedback in terms of texture too!) πŸ’š

So there you have it, what do you love and hate in terms of visuals? Comment down below!

Self Isolation Achievements βœ…

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Hello everyone, I’m back again, this time with an illustration of some self isolation achievements. I know that all the news on TV and online seems to be constantly swirling around and being updated continually (which is fine) but it can be really difficult not to get anxious, stressed, upset and triggered by it all. I’m trying to hold on to the small positives each day and the little autistic and sensory achievements I have been making along the way.

Why not comment down below any wins or things you’ve done with your time (they can be big or small – everything counts).

I hope you are all doing okay and staying safe (as much as you can be with all this going on).