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Self-care that works for your sensory system

Last weekend we celebrated my mother-in-law’s birthday. A group of us were sitting around the fire, chatting and listening to music when the soundtrack to La Vie en Rose started playing. Everyone quietened down as Edith Piaf’s deep, soulful voice sang “non, je ne regretted rien”  - no regrets. (I am listening to the song [...]

By | February 7th, 2019|Blog general, General Blog|0 Comments

The best diet for 2019

Everyone’s talking diets.   We’re talking sensory diets (and snacks)   I’m pretty sure that after the festive season the words ‘snacks’ and ‘diets’ are on everyone’s lips (no pun intended!). Today we want to introduce you to a different kind of snack and diet.  It will not only keep you healthy, but will improve your [...]

By | January 18th, 2019|Blog general, General Blog|0 Comments

Work-Life Balance for 2019

One of my favourite YouTube videos must be Mark Gungor’s description of the difference between men's and women's brains. In his very entertaining demeanour, he explains how men tend to store their thoughts and experiences in various boxes. These boxes are separated from each other, never touching, ensuring that each subject remains a stand-alone entity. [...]

By | January 9th, 2019|Blog general, General Blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Use your Senses and Keep Calm

Sensory Tips to Survive the Festive Season   This time of the year can be a connecting, magical, fun, overwhelming, frustrating, restful and hilariously crazy time! Today we want to give you some tips to survive the festive season, using your senses. We know that the December holidays can be a mixture of amazing and [...]

By | November 27th, 2018|Blog general, General Blog|0 Comments

Sensory guidelines to choosing your 2019 diary

Last week I came to the shocking realisation that I already need a diary for 2019.  After a few minutes of contemplating how time flies, I made a plan to go to the mall after work.  I decided to visit the stationary store to take a look at their options for a 2019 diary.  I [...]

By | November 7th, 2018|Blog general, Corporate blog, General Blog|0 Comments

45% of people like to walk barefoot. Are you one?

Imagine yourself walking barefoot in a lush, green garden. The sun is shining warmly on your back and there is a gentle breeze teasing your hair. Now imagine the feeling of soft, moist grass between your toes … Or you're on holiday, and after a dip in the ocean you walk back to your towel [...]

By | August 14th, 2018|Blog general, General Blog|0 Comments

Sensory hacks to beat stress

Today we are talking about the BIG S-WORD. The one we all know very well. The one we all experience at some time or another. The one we can’t escape. Yes, I’m talking about stress. That little buzz-word that is often the answer to “How are you?”   At Sensory Intelligence Consulting we understand the [...]

By | July 27th, 2018|Blog general, Corporate blog|0 Comments

Your sensory guide to choosing the right restaurant

Have you ever been to a restaurant and things just didn’t feel right? Or you feel more stressed when you leave than you did when you walked in? Or you change tables 3 times and are still not happy? This can all be linked to your sensory thresholds – in other words, how you unconsciously [...]

By | July 6th, 2018|Blog general|0 Comments

The Power of Environments

Have you ever had a busy day at work and just needed to step outside for fresh air to clear your mind? Or wanted to start a difficult task on a messy desk and have the urge to first clear it up? Or automatically choose the table in the corner of the restaurant with your [...]

By | June 5th, 2018|Blog general, Corporate blog, General Blog|0 Comments

The Sensory Side to Wellness

Stress - our common enemy. How many times this week have you answered “busy and stressed” when someone asked how you are?  Even though we all know how it feels to be stressed, not many of us understand how stress works.  For instance, did you know that there are 2 types of stress?  And that [...]

By | May 17th, 2018|Corporate blog, General Blog|0 Comments